Bonny Hill’s journey through the Copper Canyon region of Northwestern Mexico unexpectedly became a solo journey, but the spirited 60-year-old didn’t let that slow her down.
I am impressed by the bravery and camaraderie of the men I saw protesting outside the Masonic Lodge. They were small but mighty; proof that you don’t need a horde to have free speech.
The minority separatist government of Pauline Marois will soon introduce a Charter of Quebec Values, which may prohibit the wearing of all religious headwear and other personal religious symbols in all public institutions.
Soon to be ex-MP and Transport Committee Chair, Merv Tweed, has been hired by Omnitrax Canada rail company, which may soon ship oil by train to the Port of Churchill.
Who knew that a drive in the country 17 years ago would be the catalyst behind the creation of the non-profit Matlock Festival, now in its fourth year on an idyllic 45-acre site in Manitoba’s Interlake.
Jonathan Stevens always felt “that pull to try farming.” So he started his own CSA, Community Shared Agriculture, a food distribution model where people hire a farmer to grow vegetables for them.
This past week marked the 30th anniversary of the Gimli Glider, a jet that was safely landed on an abandoned airstrip in Gimli after the plane ran out of fuel on a flight from Montreal to Edmonton.
Canada’s non event of the year goes to Stephen Harper’s cabinet shuffle. It was hugely oversold as the biggest shake-up since they became “Canada’s new government” seven and a half years ago.
What made this year’s instalment so extraordinary was the way it embraced its 40th anniversary and showed itself to be North America’s premiere music festival.
At the height of the crisis, the Calgary mayor was cool, calm and collected. Similarly, the Alberta premier took command from the get go, mobilizing the resources that were needed.