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First Winter Run

I knew this day would come, sooner or later. The two runs I had completed earlier this week, were around zero Celsius and the weather forecast for the weekend was cold, very cold. It's 6.30am on Sunday morning and I'm looking through frosted glass at the outside thermometer. The red mercury line is at -22C, and I later find out its -26C with the wind chill.
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Canadian??

It's been 75 years since Superman first appeared in Action Comics and today Canada Post launches six commemorative stamps of the superhero, in honour of his little known Canadian origins. The Ea...
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Superman's Mother Tongue Not Dead Yet

The language of Superman's home planet of Krypton could soon be spoken by humans here on Earth, thanks to a UBC professor. Christine Schreyer, an assistant professor of anthropology at the university...
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Superman Through The Years

Henry Cavill may be stepping into the iconic red and blue suit, but the character of Clark Kent/Superman has been around for a long time. In celebration of the new Man of Steel film (opening today in theatres across the country) we take a look back at the actors who have taken on the role of one of the most beloved comic book characters of all time.
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The Death and Return of Captain Canuck

Captain Canuck was the first Canadian super hero since the 1940s. And he's the Grand Old Man compared to later characters like Northguard or the American-published Vindicator/Guardian (or whatever he/she's called these days) of Alpha Flight. And this Canada Day, he returns in his very own web series.
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Is Your Child a Clark Kent or a Superman?

The truth is we are all superheroes waiting to discover the special gift we were given to make our mark in the world. For some reason, what we start off with is often the exact opposite of our superpower. These opposites are our own form of Kryptonite. We have to rise above our Kryptonite.
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What New Media Must Learn From Comics

In a world where books struggle with their own digitization and only a small few earn the right to have a book deal that can turn into a blockbuster movie, it seems like comic book culture grows and still has a certain level of protectionism when it comes to the value of the actual physical paper.