The classic comic strip Peanuts, which debuted on October 2, 1950, turns 65 today – which means Charlie Brown should probably give up trying to kick that football from Lucy’s hands.
This anniversary year is a big one for the Peanuts gang – they...Read More»
The senior set is about to take over. Deal with it, kids.
Hey, kids, guess what? The over-65 set is one step closer to taking over the world. Or at least...Read More»
The beloved Canadian troubadour turned 81 this week, but how much do you really know about Leonard Cohen? From his early life to writing to his career,...Read More»
An artist has combined the young with the old in a collection of illustrations titled, “Yo & Mi Otro Yo.” or “Me & My Other...Read More»
There seems to be a dance craze for every decade. Here, we round up some of our favourites.
Here, residents from The Residence Senior Living in Puerto...Read More»
Just because the Liberals, Tories, NDP and Green Party (and, in Quebec, the Bloc Quebecois) dominate the lion’s share of ballots come election night,...Read More»
With the Canadian federal election in full swing and the candidates facing a daily grilling at the hands of the media, as well as their opponents, tempers...Read More»
Here, in recognition of Canada's 148th birthday, the colourful history of the Canadian...Read More»
To mark the anniversary of D-Day (June 6, 1944), read our interview with Canadian Lt. Don Kerr about his experiences during the First World War and his...Read More»
As a rickety-backed, finger-blistered, knee-knackered, weed-whacked veteran of the Backyard Wars, I have considerable experience and some strong feelings...Read More»
The recipe for a successful April Fool's gag is simple: one part clever gag, one part duped audience. Luckily, each year great pranksters around the world...Read More»