A place to call home. When journalist Carol Off became part of the story, it ended with an Afghan family taking refuge in Canada.
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Famous Canadian broadcaster and acclaimed novelist, Linden MacIntyre sat down with Zoomer to share some of the wisdom he's gleaned from his 74 years on the planet.
Linden MacIntyre, 74, is one of Canada's most recognizable broadcast journalists. For 24...Read More»
Canada's 150 years as a country have been far from uneventful. Here, 20 iconic moments in Canadian history.
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From Shakespeare to Harry Potter, Robert Hardy's career on stage and in film spanned decades.
Robert Hardy, star of the popular British TV series, All...Read More»
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