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Snapshot Sunday + Weekly Post Recap

Hi guys! Yet another week has quickly come to an end. I feel so much better this week so I’ve been able to squeeze in more exercise now that I can breathe through my nose and have energy. 470 more words


Imagine if I cared this much about fighting inequality or helping the less fortunate.

How hard is it to make a decent coffee? A Herculean task, apparently. Since I arrived in Toronto I’ve been eagerly checking out cafe after cafe in order to build a network of quality caffeine all around the city. 632 more words

Stream Of Consciousness

"Year of the Monkey": Chinese-Canadians ready to celebrate Lunar New Year

REGINA – Canadians across Saskatchewan are preparing to mark and celebrate a brand new year of good health and prosperity.

Each Lunar New Year celebrates a beloved animal in the Chinese zodiac, and according to Chinese traditions, this year’s quick-witted primate symbolizes luck and fortune. 207 more words


Regina kicks-off Black History Month with passionate church service and education

REGINA – At the Shiloh Assembly Church in Regina, the praise and worship portion of the service is always a Sunday morning staple.

But just like the past 20 years, this Sunday was extra special. 371 more words


Celebrating winter in the Niagara Region

Let’s face it, Canada can get pretty cold in the winter. As tempting as it may be to escape to warmer climes, you can enjoy and embrace the Canadian winter by finding a fun event and wrapping up warm! 1,556 more words


Trudeau to lay out Canada's future contribution to the fight against ISIL

OTTAWA – The Liberal government is expected to finally lay out Canada’s contribution to the war against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. 128 more words


In Brief: Canadian rugby team wins, MIT basketball, scholarship winners

Hubert Buydens of Saskatoon captains the Canadian rugby senior men’s team that beat Uruguay 33-17 on Saturday at the Americas Rugby Championship in Langford, B.C. 354 more words