To celebrate 70 years of being Canada’s most trusted brand, we’ve rounded up Reader’s Digest’s funniest jokes ever. These witticisms—sent to us by our readers—are as funny today as when they first appeared in the pages of our magazine!
Parents around the world have gotten hip to just how handy that middle name can be, but traditions still vary about how they’re chosen. Wondering what they do across the pond, over the border, and down under? (Spoiler alert: No one tosses a coin.)
If you pronounce these words differently, don’t worry—many people do. But here’s how they were originally meant to be pronounced 50, 100, or 200 years ago—and, according to the dictionary, still should be.
With a new film reportedly in the works, the James Bond franchise now spans 24 movies, six leading actors, and more than five decades of filmmaking. Our mission? To review and rank each of 007’s globe-trotting adventures from worst to best. Here’s what left us shaken—and stirred.
April 9 marks the 100th anniversary of Canada’s victory at the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Photojournalist Racheal McCaig has been commissioned by the Government of France to be the sole Canadian artist at the official Vimy 100 commemorative events in Givenchy-en-Gohelle. Here are five photographs from her upcoming exhibit, Je Me Souviens: Vimy 100.
This terrible tradition is way older than you think.