A decade before Israel and the United Arab Emirates announced plans to sign a historic peace agreement, Rabbi Yehuda Sarna had already established ties with Abu Dhabi’s Jewish community.
What is synonymous with fall? Apple picking, of course! And Montreal is right at the heart of some of the best apple picking places in the province. Here are three of the ones I love.
Well, excuse my French, but this is a f*cked up birthday! Haha - in my group of friends, we celebrate 40's with a BANG: vacations and chalet rentals and NO KIDS. So, that's not happening... at least, not right now.
I did not expect that reaction! When I wrote the article, “X,O Love your Candy Girl”, I hoped people would enjoy the topic and some might even relate to it. It was written with light humour; so maybe some would laugh and reminisce about vintage candy.
The well-being of Canadian seniors is in hyperfocus amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new national survey by The Baycrest Foundation.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Island (BBBSWI) issued a September 8 statement on the impact it has so far observed of COVID-19 on kids as well as that which it is anticipating. As a result, the organization is officially launching a recruitment campaign for Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
‘Lace up; ‘teal’ up and walk your way’ is the motto behind Ovarian Cancer Canada’s now 18th annual, national walk in support of its vision to see women affected by ovarian cancer live fuller, better, longer lives.
A global pandemic didn’t stop entrepreneur Azadeh Dastmalchi from innovating. On the contrary, she spent the time pivoting her groundbreaking medical-grade smartwatch — the first of its kind to continuously measure all five vital signs and provide cardiac monitoring in one device — to serve …
This year we are taking part in virtual learning. We were able to jump through the provincial government's ridiculous hoops and obtain a medical exemption letter so he'd be taught at home remotely by teachers (and this mama wouldn't have to take on homeschooling solo... for those of you who …
The average Canadian family spent more than 42 per cent of its income on taxes in 2019 — more than housing, food and clothing costs combined, finds a study released on September 1 by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
While in the canoe, I asked the Whippet Eating Wise Woman, “How do you maintain happiness, especially now with so many restrictions and limitations in the world? What is your secret to being happy?”
On Sunday, August 30 Dorval’s Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club (RStLYC) race committee hosted the 2020 Myrtle Cook regatta, which commemorates a great Canadian advocate for women in sport.
The past couple of weeks more students are back at school, but what if I said that you could attend a class in the comfort of your own home while you learn how to use a cocktail shaker and mix yourself a fancy schmancy drink as part your homework assignment?
The official reopening of the radically redesigned Biodôme took place on August 31 and visitors are in for a wonderful surprise. They’ll not only discover the newly refurbished facilities, but also enjoy a totally redesigned visitor experience.
I love. You love. Love a lot. All you need is love… Let’s focus on the love that’s out there. Love and positivity blend together. It feels good to be in love and passionate about people, something, and places.
This school year is looking particularly unique. Whether your school experience is in-class learning, virtual or distance learning, or homeschooling, it's important to have a well-thought-out work space. So, here are ways of creating a great homework station that will keep your child organiz…
I’m patiently waiting… Actually, I’m trying to be patient. Tap, tap, tapping my shoe on the ground. To be honest, I’m impatiently waiting. I’ve been waiting many months for the city to plant a new tree on my front lawn. Last summer, a city tree on my front lawn was diseased. The Emerald Ash …
The Biodôme de Montréal will be reopening to the public on August 31, and Espace pour la vie is inviting everyone to book their tickets for the reopening celebration now.
Food Banks Canada is extremely grateful to be selected to disseminate quality surplus food throughout its established, national distribution system, in partnership with the food banking network across Canada.
Due to the federal government’s newly established official poverty line, some Canadian families earning more than $60,000 annually are now considered impoverished, finds a new study released on August 18 by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
“I’m bored”, my young child occasionally said to me. My response was, “Good! Think and create!” Although extreme boredom is not a good thing. Actually, anything extreme is not a good thing. But… being bored is a golden opportunity to think, ponder, wonder and allow creativity to enter your mind.