In Canada today, nearly three quarters of a million people experience dementia, of which Alzheimer’s is the prevailing cause.
You might be surprised to hear that Weedless Wednesday is not an anti-legalization campaign or a cannabis addiction awareness initiative, but a day for people to butt out their cigarettes. (“The tobacco plant is in fact a weed,” organizers say on the Facebook event page.)
If there is one thing that Canadians should be able to count on, it’s a winter sufficiently cold enough to enjoy our favourite winter activities.
It can be tough for us picky eaters, especially around the holidays when so much cooking gets done by someone else, in a foreign kitchen, with who-knows-what ingredients. People with very particular tastes take a lot of ribbing from family and friends who might think we’re being difficult for fun, or attention.
The winter holiday season is a time most of us look forward to, not just for the endless feasts and piles of sweet treats, but for the time we get to spend with our closest friends and family.
Winter is coming… and with it, vacation season. You have your time booked off from work to escape the frigid cold.
There is a long history of gender-nonconformity within the fashion industry, dating back to the roots of the runway and far beyond. How much attention models receive when they don’t fit neatly into that binary, however, has often changed with the trends.
For envious Canadians or Americans stuck up here in the frozen North, the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday can seem, from the outside looking in, like a bit of a dream come true.
Rings are perhaps the most prominent and common tradition in Canadian weddings, but many happy couples find that the typical engagement and wedding rings don’t suit their needs.
For the past sixteen years professional writers, word-weaving dilettantes and eager new novelists have gathered on social media and in local libraries to crank out their own 50,000 word novels during the month of November.