In this edition of One On One, Mansbridge does a competent job debriefing the distinguished CBC foreign correspondent Susan Ormiston, back in London after her latest foreign assignment. So why do journalists like Susan Ormiston volunteer to go to all these places where people kill each other, and too often kill journalists who might as well have targets painted on their flak jackets?
Researchers from Genesreunited.co.uk have made a prediction that will make Royal watchers very happy -- suggesting that a
Six hundred Order of Canada medallists gathered at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto on June 18 to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee. The medalists, or a goodly portion of them, had 60 years of achievements under their belts. There was a profusion of canes in attendance, as well as walkers and wheelchairs. But the organizers of this event seem not to have expected it.
At the 2010 Canada Day festivities on Parliament Hill, Elizabeth started her speech by addressing the 100,000-strong audience as "fellow Canadians..." She's custodian of the Canadian Crown's democratic powers and represents the "power of the people above government and political parties." Which makes her our chief watchdog -- if mostly absent and toothless.
Just because you're royalty doesn't mean you'll always sleep like a king -- particularly when you're getting married in front
People assume that Will and Kate haven't had a baby simply because they're just not ready yet -- that they haven't decided
Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, are gracing Canada with their presence this weekend. And although their visit will
Hot off the heels of Prince William and Kate Middleton's one-year anniversary, the Department of Canadian Heritage has announced
We were all enamored when Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot last year. Our eyes -- and millions of others -- were
This time last year, we were all excited for Prince William and Kate Middleton's big day -- from the dress she was going