I’ve made it a personal policy to never buy wrapping paper for gifts. Yes, I am one of those people who — if it’s pretty paper — will carefully unstick the tape while opening a gift, fold it nicely and set it aside. Annoying, right?
In August, the Mars rover Curiosity made its iconic descent, and we were able to witness it using nothing more than a computer screen and an Internet connection.
Flooded basement studios and tough crowds don’t faze Winnipeg hip-hop up-and-comers
One woman’s passion: foraging for fungus
The Belfry to present A Christmas Carol throughout the holidays
Prestigious award draws attention to Vancouver Island as travel destination
In grade seven, my friend Stephen and I were at the mall and ran into two girls we knew from school. As we sat in the Second Cup just off of the food court, the topic of friendship came up. One of the girls said something to the effect of, “We are all friends.” I disagreed.
Right now, on the other side of the continent, New York and the rest of the Eastern Seaboard are picking themselves up and dusting themselves off in the wake of the largest Atlantic hurricane on record.
European and Canadian universities face different funding challenges
Royal B.C. Museum features 30 rare world maps