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Let's get outside and get our hearts pumping!
Why hasn't my Facebook feed filled with at least the same level of indignation about our government's disgraceful treatment of our Veterans as it was about the a tobogganing hill? We must learn to calibrate our anger so it's proportional to the injustice or slight. Let's fight for the things that make life fun for us like tobogganing while also fighting the things that make life miserable such as payday loan companies, multinational corporations, venture capitalists, a failed War on Terrorism and the self-serving hacks in the media and government who enable it all.
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There's a battle brewing over a favourite winter pastime in Canadian cities and it looks like one side has found its unofficial anthem thanks to Laura Cole, an Ancaster, Ont. musician. Cole posted he...
I guess driving is next on the hit list because the City has built the roads on which we drive. And what about walking? Heavens, that can be dangerous, too. I know someone who wasn't paying attention and broke her ankle pretty badly when mis-stepping off a curb. Guess the City should not have built sidewalks and just let us walk on the side of the road instead.
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One sledding spot in Orangeville, Ont. is so beloved that even the town's mayor wants to make sure residents are allowed to keep using it. Mayor Jeremy Williams attended a Sunday "sled-in" organized b...
Sledding down steep hills is arguably a Canadian tradition, but many cities aren't feeling the fun. Faced with potential or real lawsuits due to injuries on public park hills, several cities in Canada...
The weather outside may be frightful, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy yourself. Vancouver has a multitude of fun activities lined up this winter. So bundle up, head out there and embrace the sea...
On January 1 of this year, I made a resolution to get my family more active, and eat healthier foods together. The quintessential resolution, right? But would you believe that I lost 15 pounds in six weeks by sledding? Yes! As in with a toboggan!