It’s been 275 years since the Grey Nuns first set up hospitals and schools in Canada. Today, this legacy lives on through the work of Sara Riel Inc.
What started as four Winnipeg friends with a passion for guiding Manitoba walks has since – two decades later – become a full-fledged walking group with hundreds of members and an unquenchable thirst for seeking out new trails.
The Montreal Canadians are the only Canadian team in this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs — the worst showing by Canadian teams in 41 years. What’s happened to our ‘national game’ at the NHL level?
The audience travels to different rooms of this heritage home, watching the story unfold, in a one-of-a-kind production that promises to be an immersive event theatre goers will not soon forget.
Justice Thomas Berger, the man who successfully showed the federal government failed to honour a promise it made to Métis people 140 years ago, was in town recently to set the historic record straight.
When Liberal leader Justin Trudeau dropped an F-bomb at a boxing match recently, it touched off a debate over swearing and how we learn to use such language.
Randy Bachman was back in town over the weekend and he kept himself very busy. In fact, he seemed to be in overdrive — Bachman-Turner Overdrive that is.
The grand-daddys of Progressive Rock, YES, were at the historic Pantages Playhouse this week where they performed three albums in their entirety.
Whether you’re looking for a hard-to-find LP, some vintage memorabilia, or just enamoured by the history of the ever changing music industry, Rockin’ Richard’s Record and CD sale is the place to be.
The story of one war widow and her struggle for support highlights the difficulties faced by many of Canada’s veterans and their families in the wake of recent federal government changes to Veterans Affairs services.