Edgy, entertaining Fringe performance by American reveals the most rebellious act you can do is to care about another person.
If you’ve enjoyed perennial favorite Melanie Gall’s previous Fringe shows, you will not be disappointed.
I didn’t bust a gut, but I did appreciate the group’s wit and ability to poke fun at themselves and to make the crowd laugh.
To those who describe televised football and hockey games to us couch potatoes: I hate to say this, but I’m not sure I need you any more.
Fringe show gets it right as sold out audience laughs heartily, sheds tears, throughout performance.
Centennial anniversary of First World War battle at Vimy Ridge resonates with local Army Cadet Corp on a visit to this historic site.
Play ponders the question “How would you spend your last night?”
The Walking Monk is back in town with traveling youth group presenting ancient Vedic drama, magic show and Kirtan tonight.
For the first time, clinical psychologists will be joining the medical team as volunteers at the Canada Summer Games, available to assist participants with a wide range of emotionally taxing issues.
Sport is helping immigrants adapt to their new life in Canada, thanks to a grant to True Sport from the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th.