This past week was Royal Canadian Legion Week.
On April 15, 1912, the White Star Liner Titanic began to sink into the icy waters of the North Atlantic — a terrifying sight as the mass of crafted iron and steel dropped towards the ocean floor.
I was in my second year at university when, in October 1957, the Soviet Union became the first nation to put a satellite in orbit. That was the first step in an amazing saga of firsts that not only led to humans landing on the moon, but also enabled communications around the world using sate…
Canada’s news publishers, who employ 3,000 journalists from coast to coast to coast, believe that free speech, journalistic freedom, and a strong, healthy, commercially viable, and fiercely independent media ecosystem are all vital to our democracy.
OVERVIEW: The push for action is more intense with the full moon energy combined with mercury returning to apparent forward motion. Many will be more focused on getting going or at least catching up to some degree. Try to maintain a position on any ground gained. Some are trying to work thei…
EDITOR’S NOTE: Sarah Hansen, a Grade 10 student at Princess Margaret School, is a finalist in a national poetry writing competition with her poem “Remembrance Lesson.” We are pleased to feature her poem.
This is the long weekend where we connect and celebrate together, turning our hearts to thankfulness. There is a remarkable power in appreciation. It is a superpower that changes things.
A rising tide of people in this country apparently believe — body, mind, and spirit — that they are called overthrow the established powers-that-be. By any means. Including physical insurrection.
A small news item, tucked away in the back pages of my newspaper, said that across the U.S. more and more people were citing “religious exemptions” to avoid, well, to avoid almost anything they don’t like.
In 2017, an elongated rocky object came into the solar system from interstellar space, flew past the sun and planets and returned to the dark, cold space between the stars.
The subprime mortgage crisis in 2008 was the worst worldwide financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. This financial crisis was particularly severe in the U.S. and Europe.
We’ve had a vaccination passport for slightly under a week here in B.C. Obviously, it’s causing problems for the stores and restaurants that have to check patrons at the door — especially when some of those patrons, who should know better, verbally abuse a high school kid 30 years their junior.