Twylla Wall of Prince Albert, Sask. writes, “Lots of chatter in the tree caught my attention. Looks like even birds have opinions and the others better listen!” Send in your funny one-liners in the comments below.
Sally Smaha of Terrace, B.C., writes, “This item was in a menswear store that my dad purchased back in 1959. The bookkeeper used it as a paperweight and sometimes a hammer! It measures 5 1/4 inches in height and is quite heavy. The handle, which is hollow and has a hole in the top, unscrews […]
Montreal has a well-deserved reputation of being a “festival town”. The city dances, laughs and revs to the beat of its many indoor and outdoor festivals all year long, but especially so in the warmer months. Here are the 5 fests you won’t want to miss.
John Lowe and his friend George Chan took their bikes across Canada to raise money for cancer research. Read their story, written by John’s daughter Karen Liong of Coquitlam, B.C., in the June/July issue. Here are a few photos and highlights from the journey by John Lowe.
In 2012 a century of stampede tradition was celebrated in Calgary; this year, the tiny hamlet of Bruce, Alta., takes its turn with Sharon and Richard Goerg to tell the story in the June/July issue of Our Canada.
Got a catchy caption for this photo? Joadey Jaxen of Vittoria, Ont., writes, “I snapped this photo on Thanksgiving weekend in Whitby, Ont. We’d all gone to the playground to walk off some of the turkey dinner we’d eaten, when my niece, Kirsten Egan, decided to sneak in a ride down the slide!”
Serena Reber of Woking, Alta., writes, “This item is leather with a metal buckle and rings. It measures 11 inches in length and is two inches wide at the top. We don’t know where it originated, but it has been in our tack shed for years. We may have acquired it from a farm auction […]
See you later, spring! Summer unofficially arrives during Victoria Day weekend, so get ready for some fun in the sun with Canada’s 10 best parties and destinations for May 19.
With almost 4,000 photos entered, selecting one winner was quite the challenge. Following are a few of our favourites, but it’s Richard Main of Thunder Bay, Ont., who wins the contest’s bragging rights-and a $500 prize pack from Hallmark. See these photos published in the June/July issue.
From secret underground labs to UFO landing pads, Canada can be a weird, wild and wonderful place. Here are 13 strange facts you didn’t know about our home and native land.
Wilma Johannesma of Victoria shares this adorable shot saying, “My only granddaughter, Cassia, was born just after the family’s husky, Roofous, was, so they’ve grown up together and have great fun.” Care to take a crack at this one? Send in your funny one-liners in the comments below.
Christopher Giroux of Midland, Ont., writes, “I’m not sure what this is-it looks quite old and is made from a heavy cast iron metal. As the lower arms are opened and closed, the centre loop raises and lowers with the use of the gears. It also seems to have spaces for wooden or metal poles […]
Have you seen our new department Storytime in the April/May issue? We’re looking for more short, fun tales to fill this new section of the magazine!
Find out which city costs the most (and which ones came pretty close) with this top 10 list of Canada’s most outrageously expensive cities to live in.
Janine Dunton of Hillsburgh, Ont. writes, “This is my 18-month-old nephew, Garin. He is the apple of my family’s eye. The photo was taken at a friend’s wedding where he was the ringboy. He looked so cute it was impossible not to snap this adorable picture of him.” Got any great one-liners for this photo? […]
Beatrice Wilkinson of Cobble Hill. B.C. writes, “This item looks to be silver-plated and has a patent date stamped on the bottom of 1915. The large, rounded part fits neatly into the hand and the object feels a bit heavy. It winds up and has an on/off switch. When it’s turned on, a little disc […]
Have you tried the new layar technology in the April/May issue? With Layar, you can interact with the pages of the magazine on your phone! Here is the digital content you can find in the print issue by scanning the pages with your smart phone!
Canadians from coast to coast have shared their submissions, and we’re pleased to announce the winners of our Canada’s Most Interesting Towns contest. Discover the 9 most interesting cities in Canada.
Reservations are recommended – and a topped-up savings account, too – for these top picks for gourmet dining from coast to coast.
Think your town’s name is strange? Wait till you get a load of the top 10 strange, crude and rude town names from across Canada.