Post Views: 33 This Nov. 17 marks Gordon Lightfoot’s 80th birthday, and the singer-songwriter has chosen to celebrate the milestone by giving a gift to his hometown. He’s making a stop in Orillia, Ont., on his birthday, to perform a benefit concert […]
Post Views: 34 Sacred Sites from Around the World Are you are fascinated by spirituality, history, or just curious, sacred sites are appealing to travelers from all over the world. Throughout history, people across […]
Post Views: 40 For historians, Pte. Claude Joseph Patrick Nunney’s military record is a case study in contradiction: Nunney, the most decorated Canadian soldier of the First World War, also managed to get himself court-martialled along the […]
Post Views: 41 Anita Cenerini, this year’s Silver Cross Mother, arrived in Ottawa on Sunday for the national Remembrance ceremony. She will be laying a wreath at the National War Memorial during the ceremony.
Post Views: 41 Canada’s Remembrance Day ceremonies today will mark 100 years since the signing of the armistice that ended the First World War. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan will be at the national ceremony […]
Post Views: 46 Normally, Winnie-the-Pooh’s problems don’t occur beyond the edges of Hundred Acre Wood. And they typically involve him running out of honey, or getting stuck in honey pots. But 22 years ago, the […]
Post Views: 43 Canadian President Justin Trudeau on Wednesday in parliament apologized on behalf of his country for its refusal to grant asylum to Jewish people fleeing the Holocaust in the 1930s. “While decades have […]
Post Views: 39 On a recent visit to his son’s elementary school, Toronto art historian Gregory Humeniuk spotted a curious detail on a familiar Second World War memorial hanging in the foyer. Mounted near […]