She’s had an impressive career that spans plays, radio dramas, short fiction, poetry, novels, and, most recently, a series of critically acclaimed volumes she calls “living autobiographies”, since, she says, she’s writing about life as it’s experienced in the present tense, without the wisdom of hindsight.
Science meets sculpture at Ontario-based Research Casting International, where Peter May leads an expert team conducting dinosaur restoration at the biggest facility of its kind in the world.
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Built entirely by hand and crafted only from snow and ice, the stunning Ice Castles have been part of Edmonton’s winter landscape for the past four years as part of the long-standing Silver Skate Festival held each February.
Sarment, a Singapore-based tech start-up, wants to make the process of getting in on a good thing a little less difficult.
The Canadian cannabis lifestyle brand focuses on education and community engagement through design-savvy spaces and accessories, and—as of last October—high quality cannabis.
Books by Laura van den Berg and Miriam Toews.
The new museum is built in the very place where a scenic, snow-covered chase scene occurred in 2015’s Spectre, starring Daniel Craig.
Regularly reaping awards and pleasing palates around the world, Oka remains a perennial favourite.