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3 small Canadian border towns with unusual ties to their neighbo(u)rs
Proof that small-town neighbourliness knows no borders.
Small Canadian towns with famous festivals
the best, weirdest, and most interesting festivals from small towns across Canada
Featherweight champ Jelena Mrdjenovich talks about what keeps her fighting
'When you get bitten by the boxing bug, people just yearn for it. '
Erica Wiebe is ready to go for gold, again
The Rio gold medalist explains why going for a second gold medal might be harder than winning the first one
Olivia Apps explains rugby's life lessons
'I knew if I could take on anything on the rugby field, I could take on anything in life'
Five elite Canadian female athletes talk about performance, blazing trails, and managing expectations
What’s harder than winning a gold medal? Defending it
'No one can help you with that except your partner'
Melissa Humana-Paredes explains the importance of teamwork in beach volleyball
Nathan Shepherd's long road to the NFL
Jets defensive end talks about football, overcoming obstacles, and his love of snakes
Olympian Krista DuChene explains why the Boston Marathon is so special
I thought 'Oh good grief! There's other marathons!' But I did it, and I was like 'Yup, I get it now'
Nazem Kadri doesn't mind playing the villain
The Maple Leafs centre talks about getting booed, handling pressure, and Toronto's media spotlight
From Slinkys to Elmos: the 20th Century's most iconic Christmas toys
Here are just a few of the things a (lucky) Canadian family might have found under the tree over the last six decades.
In the 1990s Canadians (secretly) invaded America
We were all over America’s TV, radio and movie screens, and they didn’t even know it
From racquetball to jazzercise: A look at iconic '80s fitness trends
In the 1980s, Canadians were determined to have the perfect body, and were willing to try anything to get it.
Dangerous '70s toys that would terrify modern parents
It really was a different time. In that it was a time where you were much more likely to suffer serious injury
Crazy things we told housewives in the 1950s
The 1950s were not easy on women. As housewifery became a high-pressure occupation, lots of people wanted to give advice.