17 Mar 2021

The ‘quarantine quirks’ that bother partners most

Almost a full year after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, staying in lockdown with a significant other has a proven a novel and tricky development.  Without the opportunity to physically socialize with family and friends,...
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Jeffrey Beausoleil takes part in the Spartan Race at Le Massif de Charlevoix ski resort in Quebec City
05 Aug 2015

Redefining “Different”

Quebec teen Jeffrey Beausoleil has lived with a prosthetic leg his entire life. This year he impresses the world as he takes on his biggest challenge yet. A16-year-old just taught me a lesson I will never forget: outrunning your fears...
By Amanda Storey
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02 Dec 2014

Tasting the Unexpected

A weekend of world-class wines in Ottawa and Montreal “South Africa makes wine?” The look of disbelief on the face of the woman next to me is as easy to decipher as her Parisian accent. “Wow, this is actually good....
By Shenin Yazdanian
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08 Aug 2014

The Electric Big Top

City Life feels the zap of Kurios, the latest from Cirque du Soleil that hits Toronto this August There’s a man on the loose in New York City, but I manage to catch him on the phone as he’s strutting...
By Amanda Storey
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03 Feb 2014

Kings of the Hill

While it’s undeniable that Canadians will huddle around televisions for every puck drop Sidney Crosby and our national hockey team see at the 2014 Winter Olympics, there’s one event that just shouldn’t be missed: men’s moguls. The reason? Alexandre Bilodeau...
By Michael Hill
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25 Jan 2013

Elisapie In The Sky

As a child, Elisapie Isaac was known as “that little singing girl.” Her mother recognized her natural ability right away, encouraging her to voice her talent to the community. But growing up in the most northern village in the Nunavik...
By Amanda Storey
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