Jennifer Jones is one of Canada’s most celebrated curling athletes, winning a gold medal for Canada at the Sochi winter Olympics.
Canada. Ka. Na. Da. Ka-na-da. Say it aloud a few times and the name of our nation starts to sound a bit, well, weird. But Canadians wouldn’t have it any other way. With a glance at the sampling collected here, it’s obvious our forefathers had a sense of humour, if not...
Loreena McKennitt is one of Canada’s most successful international artists, having sold more than 14 million albums around the world and achieved gold and multi-platinum status in more than 15 countries.
Rural Canada has produced some of the world’s finest athletes. Here’s a look at a few of Canada’s small town halls of fame that keep their memories alive.
Canadian Small Towns Still Remember The 1959 Royal Visit.
Farley Mowat placed the Canadian north firmly at centre stage with books like People of the Deer and The Snow Walker.
The country star discusses his home town of Pictou County, Nova Scotia and why he loves Canada.
One barren day I woke and I was a widow. These are rural dreams, urban reality: reflections on life in the country.