5 new Yellowknife pop-up parks coming to a derelict parking lot near you
The winners will get $500 to complete their piece of the park by July 30. The park will be in the derelict lot between the Gold Range Hotel and the Raven Nightclub.
How horses got hooked in P.E.I.'s Bygone Days
Horses were the backbone of the farm on P.E.I. until the 1950s. And just like people, some horses fall prey to bad habits — in the bygone days of P.E.I., historian Dutch Thompson discovered some even drank alcohol and chewed tobacco.
Fringe for all? Winnipeg theatre festival strives to be more accessible
A spokesperson for the annual Fringe theatre festival says organizers and staff want performers and audience members alike to be able to access as much of the content as possible.
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Proper sex education gives kids decision-making skills and saves health dollars
'Can I camp on your lawn?': kayaker takes on 10,000-km journey
2 councillors want to stop the use of graphic imagery by anti-abortion groups
Sudbury woman calls for more police training after injured bear cub shot
QEW crash in Mississauga sends 6 to hospital, closes highway in both directions
College program to encourage growth of Inuit in Nunavut government
Why prime ministers and premiers shuffle their cabinet
Robert Lepage remains a local hero to Quebec City's Chinatown
Labrador West Pride honours trailblazing teacher who died of AIDS
Canada Cup Softball 2018: Czech Republic vs Colorado
'Verdun culture' shines through in stories about the neighbourhood
Wanted: Singers to join NAC choir, no experience necessary
Learn how to make your own traditional kombucha
Halifax takes $690K in new false-alarm fee, but doesn't silence the bells
Quiet fireworks? Why some celebrations won't go on with a bang
Thirsty mice are this summer's unwanted house guests