Tired of Edmonton’s reputation for being Canada’s least bike friendly city, Paths for People founders Conrad Nobert and Anna Ho are taking back the streets.
After a woman in a hijab was attacked, Kanwar Anit Singh Saini and Mita Hans saw an opportunity to take positive action. Through a Facebook group called BuddyUpTO, they’re making a difference on the streets of Toronto.
It’s not because they go with her outfits.
Before Amazon became the world’s largest online shopping site, there were several different contenders for names—and if you type some of them, you’ll still get to the Amazon homepage!
After a life-changing volunteer mission, Simone Cavanaugh created Pivot International to provide much needed medical care to kids with special needs living in Nicaragua.
Filmmaker and adventurer Dianne Whelan on moose encounters, the songs that keep her company on the Trans Canada Trail and what Canada’s 150th means to her.
With the From Hand to Hand calendar, former federal civil servant Valerie Noftle uses photography to support homeless veterans.
The first lady famously charmed France’s president Charles de Gaulle, but Britain’s sovereign was another matter. Here’s what didn’t make the history books.
There’s never a time or place for tasteless jokes, so why do some people insist on telling them? A 2017 study sheds some light.
A plant fix over a prescription drug? Some doctors swear by it.