Photo credit: The Canadian Press Jack Layton used to elicit smiles and eye-rolls when he would tell people he was running
Happy birthday, Canada! You're looking better with age. This Canada Day marks the country's 147th anniversary since Confederation
Respecting differences is rightfully Canada's claim to fame in the world, but that is not enough to guide this place to its fullest potential. Canadians cannot -- and should not -- embrace any particular race, language, or religion as their national marker, but they can and should embrace their country. Such an embrace constitutes a commitment to the people who share this land and, indeed, to the land itself. Canadians can put aside the fear that flying the Maple Leaf too high may yield a sudden intolerance in the ship's hull. It won't.
Canada celebrates its 147th birthday on July 1 and Vacay.ca has team members in the nation's four largest metropolitan areas. Here's what's happening on Canada Day in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver.
Take a deep breath, Canada, because on July 1st, you’re going to have a whopping 147 candles to blow out. (We promise not
Canada is often ranked as one of the best countries in the world, but how do the people who actually live here feel about
Canadian culture can sometimes be overshadowed by American culture, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist. While American
As we reflect on Canada Day, we can be very proud of the role we play globally in maternal child and newborn health. Thousands of doctors, nurses and field workers contribute daily across the globe supported by hundreds of thousands of Canadian volunteers and donors.
High school students with high levels of gratitude reported having stronger marks, less depression and envy, and a more positive outlook than less grateful teens. But gratitude is like a muscle -- it needs regular exercise.
Canada Day is almost upon us, and there are plenty of preparations to make before that glorious day of BBQ, beer and fireworks