The Prank Hall of Fame
In need of inspiration on April 1? From prank calls made by mischievous dads to satirical headlines gone viral, Canadians share stories of their most memorable practical jokes.
In April 1917, close to 3,600 Canadians lost their lives on a ridge in France. A century later, Tim Cook explains why those four days of fighting still resonate.
From the Vault
How a long-cherished photograph unlocked a wartime mystery.
A Quiet Player
Meet Chuck Webster, 96, the oldest living former NHLer.
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8 Great Canadian Halls of Fame
Canadians might have an international reputation for modesty, but we’re certainly not shy when it comes to celebrating the Great White North’s best and brightest. From sports heroes and daredevils to medical pioneers and musicians, these Canadian halls of fame celebrate some of our nation’s most notable—and unusual—achievements.
When’s The Best Time to Buy a New Vehicle?
How much does timing matter when buying a new car? A lot, it turns out! We reveal the best time to buy a new car—a strategy that could save you thousands of dollars.
Diet Tips to Prevent Ulcers
Contrary to popular belief, most ulcers aren’t caused directly by stress but by the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. The good news? You can neutralize its harmful effects simply by changing your eating habits.