They're all gone. With the death of Emma Morano, 117, at her home in Verbania, Italy, not one person born in the 19th century is thought to be alive today.
Born November 29, 1899, she lived in three centuries, through two global wars, the Great...Read More»
For his 66th birthday, Noah Stafford received a gift that changed his life.
Surrounded by his children and grandchildren, Stafford tears into a cardboard box to find another small white box. "Colour for the colour blind?" he reads on the package. "Well,...Read More»
Here, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield on retirement, a mission to Mars and his new documentary, Miniverse.
When Chris Hadfield—the first...Read More»
Here, how a belief in God can go beyond the gospel truth.
My eyes fill with tears every time I hear "Amazing Grace." Watching Barack Obama break into an...Read More»
For any great actor, a character is so much more than a part to play. Once filming starts, many of them—quite literally—transform into their...Read More»
The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, the 29th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, shares her immigrant journey and why she's proud to call Canada home.
On the 100th anniversary of the capturing of Vimy Ridge during the First World War, architectural historian Jacqueline Hucker explores the battle and...Read More»
It only took a penny and a bottle of water for Mariatta Tyks to pull off one of the best pranks the Internet has ever seen.
While placing the bottle of...Read More»
In honour of Don Rickles' passing at age 90, we look back at some of the jokes that made him a comic legend.
Don Rickles was the best of the...Read More»
Forty-nine years ago today (April 4, 1968), Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on the balcony of his hotel room at the Lorraine Motel in...Read More»
It's no longer enough to say "you only live once" or "live everyday as if it's your last." The bucket list has essentially transformed death into an...Read More»
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