WARNING: This story contains distressing details. Thursday marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada, a new federal statutory holiday to honour the lost children and survivors of residential schools as well as their families and communities.
Canada’s 9/11 lesson for the world: Stranded American recalls unfathomable ‘compassion’ in Gander, Newfoundland, 20 years later
Originally Posted: September 10, 2021 By: Elisabetta Bianchini Diane Davis, former teacher at Gander Academy in Newfoundland, was there when the school housed nearly hundreds of stranded passengers after the grounding of U.S. flights on September 11, 2001, following the
Canada captures world championship gold for first time since 2012 – Team Canada defeated the U.S. 3-2 in overtime to win gold at the women’s World Hockey Championship.
Originally Posted: August 31, 2021 By: Donna Spencer, The Canadian Press CALGARY — Canada claimed its first women’s world hockey championship in almost a decade Tuesday when Marie-Philip Poulin scored the overtime winner in a 3-2 victory over the United
Orginally Posted: August 23, 2021 By: Becky Robertson Despite last year’s spike in incidents of gun violence, stunt driving and more amid lockdown, Toronto was just ranked the second safest city in the world, coming only behind Copenhagen, which regularly places high on lists of the best and
Canadian Olympians proved glory can come from anywhere – Athletes in Japan faced adversity like never before — and dazzled all the same
By: Devin Heroux Originally Posted: August 8, 2021 It started with silver, ended with gold and wedged in between there were 22 more unforgettable Canadian medal moments, inspired off-the-podium finishes, and history making performances throughout the course of a magical
Originally published March 22, 2020 BY SIMONE J. SMITH “My dad was an officer in Guyana, but he passed away when I was 6. I may not have had the influence, but somehow it was in my blood.” In March