In one day this past week came two dramatically different stories about socks.
The 53rd anniversary of John Kennedy’s assassination conjures up memories of how he was a master of the press conference, a sharp contrast to President-Elect Trump who reviles the media.
The championship of three down football in Canada used to be a much bigger deal.
For all those who are dreading the next four years, maybe it’s best to put your faith in gridlock.
Canadian newspaper editorials send message to US citizens on the eve of their federal election.
One can’t help but wonder just how the upper chamber will function without partisan politics.
Tough to take the high road when you’re sharing a stage with Donald Trump.
Funny how life works: All along I was worried about Gordon Lightfoot’s death and how it would relate to my father. Now the Canadian musical icon is helping me grieve the loss of my father.
Giving Nobel Prize for Literature to Bob Dylan not so unusual when you consider previous winners.
Winnipeg-born actor Ari Cohen excited about his role in the riveting and diverse thriller, “Shoot the Messenger”, premiering Mon. Oct. 10 at 9 p.m.