Environment, Society

A beautiful National Park expands

Millions of dollars purchase adds over 13 square kilometres to popular park It is among the most beautiful and accessible National Parks in Canada. The Bruce Peninsula stretches out from the land to divide Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. The» 


Canada jay gets its fitting name back

Canadian birders are rejoicing that the Canada jay has finally had its name restored because they say the bird epitomizes the Canadian identity and it could help their campaign to have it named Canada’s national bird. Among the smartest of» 

Politics, Society

National Flag Day: Celebrating Canada’s Maple Leaf flag

Today Canada celebrates its flag, the red and white Maple Leaf. It is also one of the youngest flags having been officially raised for the first time in a chilly ceremony in front of Canada’s Parliament, on February 15, 1965.» 


Bitter debate ends with change to Canada’s national anthem

O Canada, the  country’s official national anthem has been changed after a long a bitter debate. It’s all over two words. The debate was to make it “gender neutral” by changing the line  “in all thy sons command” to “» 

Indigenous, Society

Thousands of indigenous elders meet in first national gathering

It is a huge gathering, and the first event of its kind in Canada. Thousands of indigenous elders from communities across the country are meeting to discuss issues of concern and share ideas. One of the organizers of this event» 

Arts and Entertainment, Politics, Society

The controversy over two words

In these politically correct times, changing two words has led to acrimonious debate in the Canadian government. The late Mauril Belanger, (Liberal Member of Parliament for Ottawa-Vanier) had introduced a private members bill to change the words of Canada’s national»