A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
The Western Star
Halifax author shares his story of learning to be a single dad
ATLANTIC SKIES: Summer's 'storybook sky'
ASK THE THERAPISTS: I need help to deal with feeling so stupid
In the three decades since Paris Is Burning's initial release, so much has changed and yet so much hasn't
HOME BODY: Tips from someone who hates to clean
The Right Chemistry: Teflon and your health
Edinburgh druggist John Scott was so taken by the achievements of Benjamin Franklin that in 1815 he established an award to be given annually to a “most deserving man or woman” whose invention has contributed in some outstanding way to ...
Pickle pizza, corndog poutine, sweet potato soft serve: Stampede reveals 20 more new midway foods
If you relish the idea of pickle-flavoured treats, the Calgary Stampede has you covered. With 20 days until the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, 20 new midway foods were unveiled on Friday, adding pickle pizza to the already stacked line-up of ...
Public speaking conquered, Marystown teen Nitin Murugeswaran’s next goal is to become a doctor
You could say Nitin Murugeswaran has developed a pretty keen ear for accents. He’s experienced four pretty distinct ones thus far. The 16-year-old was born in India and lived in Sheffield in the United Kingdom for several years. After ...
'It made me proud of my dad': Shriner father and son reflect on club's 100th anniversary, Father's Day
After nearly 15 years as a Freemason and 10 as a member of the Saskatoon Shrine Club, Justin Meyers still remembers how watching his father got him involved with both. “As I got a little bit older, I started asking him questions and he would ...
Aging Capt. Kirk — William Shatner — undergoes 'restorative' stem cell therapy
In perhaps a hopeful bid to go where no old man has gone before — made biologically younger again — Star Trek star William Shatner has had tens of millions of umbilical cord stem cells injected into his 88-year-old body. In doing so, ...
Montrealer's moving memoir asks: What makes a family?
On the face of it, it’s the strangest story: Nearly everyone in Montreal’s Lithuanian-Jewish community, it seemed, knew that Aviva Ptack’s mother was not her birth mother — everyone, that is, except Aviva Ptack. How she ...
THE FOOD DUDE: Cooking for my very vegetarian roommate
Back home, there aren’t many people (outside of St. John’s) who can boast a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. Newfoundland and Labrador has always been a wild and unforgiving place where hunting, fishing and adventuring ...
Outdoor ovens a unique experience in for summertime cooking
“Outdoor ovens get people outside instead of watching Netflix, they encourage wellness for all, and provide all the benefits of nature like fresh air, vitamin D,” says Duncan Ebata, co-founder of the Front Street Community Oven project in ...
2 Minutes with Merle Sullivan
The old man mind-walks back to his youth. Like a black-and-white reel nearing the closing credits, one more story yet to unfold. “Well, what was I going to say… 1933 or ’32? I was, of course, going to school then and one ...
2 Minutes with Wally Polson
Sometimes the drive-thru speaker crackles, but the greeting is always genuine, friendly and familiar. “Welcome to McDonald’s, can I take your order?” Wally Polson is a fixture at this fast-food restaurant on James Street in ...