On the two occasions last century when world war broke out, prominent Canadian hockey players answered the call to arms, trading in their sticks and skates for guns and boots, and putting their careers on hold in order to help Britain in her fight...Read More»
To mark Remembrance Day, read our interview with Canadian Lt. Don Kerr about his experiences during the First World War and his later involvement in...Read More»
The poppy has been an international symbol of remembrance since the 19th century Napoleonic Wars, over 110 years before it was adopted by...Read More»
To Hitler, she was the most dangerous woman in Europe.
Queen Elizabeth, the charming consort of King George VI (and mother of our current queen,...Read More»
Talk about entitlement. If you were ever one of those girls who dreamed of marrying a prince one day, but sitting in your bedroom in Edmonton, Montreal or...Read More»
As we approach Remembrance Day (Nov. 11, 2016), we salute the world-famous entertainers who represented their countries during the Second World...Read More»
In 2017, Canada will celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation. How much do you know about your home and native land? Test your knowledge of the...Read More»
Here, in recognition of Canada's 149th birthday, the colourful history of the Canadian...Read More»
The recipe for a successful April Fools' gag is simple: one part clever gag, one part duped audience. Luckily, each year great pranksters around the world...Read More»
They call the yoga posture seen above the "peacock pose," but we may as well dub it the "PM position" (or perhaps "Trudeau Taunt" for the balance-impaired...Read More»
So … have you noticed how many people preface their sentences and responses with ”so"?
I’ve been noticing that few people, in interviews or in...Read More»
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