This past May—you guessed it—I accidentally met Prince Harry.
I was walking to school to clean out my locker, which for some reason was the only day I was able to do so. 867 more words
He was born into a family of industrialists, but he became renowned for art, landscapes, and capturing an idea of ‘The North.’
Lawren Harris was born in 1885 in Brantford, Ontario; he is of the same Harris Family of Massey-Harris (later Massey Ferguson), which at one time was the largest agricultural equipment maker in the British Empire. 812 more words
It’s no secret that as Canadians we are deeply connected to our vast and (let’s face it) beautiful landscape. Even those who are tied to their desk Monday through Friday find themselves counting down to the time when they’ll be cracking a beer open by the lake, hiking through the woods or laying out under the stars in a big, open field. 490 more words
Times and Daily Colonial Advertiser, Montreal 8 August 1842, page 2
The Constitution of England – her institutions – her triumphs in arts and arms – and the fact that for centuries, she was the single free state in Europe – are naturally a source of exaltation to her people. 657 more words