TRAH-na by local pronunciation, Toronto by name, is North America’s fourth-largest city and Canada’s biggest urban experiment.
Nothing symbolizes “Brand Canada” more than a maple leaf.
My sweetest dance with my dad took place when Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians played at London’s Victoria Park Bandshell.
Soccer is Canada’s No. 1 youth sport — and it’s closing in on hockey as the top team sport, overall.
The “inter-tribal” is a dance where all peoples of the community are invited to move to the beat of the drums.
This July 1 concert has become an annual Canada Day tradition at Joe’s Pub in the Village in south Manhattan, New York.
IMAX is a made-in-Canada invention that grew from experiments film-makers undertook at Montréal’s Expo 67.
Twice within one year many moons ago, two different friends in two different cities whisked me off to a comedy show, saying, “you have to see these guys.” In the first instance, “these guys” were Greg Malone and Tommy Sexton, touring as a duo but better known as part of Newfoundland’s CODCO troupe that also…