Inspired by the 2010 death of Canada’s last WWI veteran in January, and in tribute to the 65th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, HONOUR is a moving portrait of 35 WWII veterans and those who supported the war effort.
We’ve welcomed some pretty memorable TV dads into our homes over the years. From Jim Anderson in Father Knows Best to Robbie Stewart in Hanna Montana, we look at what makes a few of those fathers stand out.
We marvel at what they create-here’s how inventors think and the five most common traits they share.
From May 25 to June 16, a one-question online poll was placed on high-traffic websites in 16 countries (Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Philippines, Russia, Spain, South Africa, United Kingdom, and the United States). A total of 150 respondents in each country participated in the poll.
Think you could take on a strong storm? Before you get carried away, here’s what you really need to know about hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, and thunder and lightning.
Our writer caught up with Geoff Green in Montreal in 2008 as he launched his year-long mission to encourage Canadians to give up the bottle-water, that is. It wasn’t long after Earth Hour, and just a few weeks before Earth Day, that they had a chat about how bottled water is such a waste-and how to get people to give it up.
In the August 2010 issue of Reader’s Digest, Deena Waisberg profiled five of the funny-makers of tomorrow: Rod Filbrandt, Cathy Thorne, Angela Melick, J.J. McCullough and Kate Beaton. We’ve invited these talented cartoonists from across Canada to share more of their hilarious comics with us. Have a laugh at their takes on spiffy sneakers, long-term relationships and snow days.
Campbell Wallace is a well-known musician in the Scottish community of central Alberta. In addition to his musical skills, the 32-year-old Alberta man is also a unique and talented artist. Inspired by the people and the city around him, Wallace, or “Cam” to his friends, has created paintings that have made their way into corporate […]
Browse through the winning photos from this year’s contest.
Enter the Big Top for a peek at Cavalia – a celebration of the relationship between man and horse.
A champion of the environment, David Suzuki has been informing people for years about the dangers our world’s ecosystem is facing. Because of his commitment to change, ability to communicate and to get us to care, it’s easy to see why Canadians voted David as the most trusted public figure.
Mike Holmes receives thousands of email from people who need help with home renovations gone wrong. His straightforward, honest approach, Canadians have a lot of faith in Mike’s ability to “Make it Right”.
You’ve seen how Canadians voted in the 2010 Trust poll. But how do our choices compare with those of other countries? We take a look at the results of the Trust polls from other countries and how ours differs from theirs.
The rock star and philanthropist shares his hope of how we all can make a difference this season.
One Canadian’s mission to help us keep our own corners of the world litter-free.
It’s tough to find the perfect gift for that person who has everything. If you’re stumped, have a look at these unique gift ideas.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to give a gift a teacher will adore. Here are teacher-approved gift suggestions that won’t break the bank:
Nick Saul ensures that The Stop is more than just a food bank. Its members feel like they are part of a community, not recipients of charity.
This is the message that the teen founders of an anti-bullying website want victims to hear.
Mom was always there to cook your meals and to cure what ails you. And she always had some timely advice and quirky expressions that she would always say. We asked our readers to submit their Mom’s favorite expressions. Here is a collection of some of the best.