Artist offers free workshop to people wanting to learn this ancient art.
Floating in a dark, sensory deprivation tank full of 850 pounds of salt water may seem a little scary, but many are discovering the benefits of this unique therapy.
Once again this past week, Canadian men in their 90’s were celebrated in the streets of Appledoorn and other Dutch communities liberated by Allied forces in WWII.
Alberta result not unlike Manitoba in 1969 when Schreyer’s NDP formed a first time government, or the 1990 Bob Rae win in Ontario, or when Jack Layton became official opposition leader in 2011.
For some time I had wondered, “Why did I hate the job I loved to do?” Burnout, a mental illness that can affect all people in all professions, appears as a chain of subtle changes in personality, perspective, values and behaviour.
This growing annual festival coming up this weekend features some of the best work of Wolseley neighbourhood artists and could be a great place to pick up a gift for Mother’s Day.
Hard on the heels of CNC’s community forum “What’s Our Walk-ability?” the city is walking the walk.
Everywhere we look in recent months in Canada, jobs are being lost by the thousands.
In Seven Oaks School Division, students are proud to attend a school as diverse as Maples Collegiate, where young Indigenous students are inspired to change stereotypes.
Aim is to ignite patients’ spirits by connecting them to compelling stories in artists’ work and embrace those who have overcome challenges and healed.