In '84 the Canadian dollar was down but July 4th tourism was up
Some of Canada's tourist attractions benefited from the low state of the dollar, with more Americans leaving home and more Canadians staying put.
RCMP spied on activists in early days of universal medicare planning in Sask., documents show
An access to information request has turned up documents that show that in the 1960s, the RCMP surveilled doctors in Saskatchewan who supported what is now universal medicare, fearing they may be communists.
Cricket in Hamilton: 175 years of history, lots of players, nowhere to play
The sport of cricket has exploded in popularity over the last year, and the city of Hamilton currently only has one field that can accommodate the sport.