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“The guides of March”

Worried you’ll run out of things to do this spring break? Prepare yourself against the inevitable whine of “I’m bored” with these easy, last-minute ideas– many of which are adaptable to cities across the country. Advertisements

“The guides of March”

Worried you’ll run out of things to do this spring break? Prepare yourself against the inevitable whine of “I’m bored” with these easy, last-minute ideas– many of which are adaptable to cities across the country.

Colbert backs his Spirit

Stephen Colbert seems to loathe the Oshawa Generals because he’s in deep with the Ontario Hockey League’s Michigan-based Saginaw Spirit. He’s adopted the Spirit partly because fans of his television show, The Colbert Report, voted him as the namesake of the

Colbert backs his Spirit

Stephen Colbert seems to loathe the Oshawa Generals because he’s in deep with the Ontario Hockey League’s Michigan-based Saginaw Spirit. He’s adopted the Spirit partly because fans of his television show, The Colbert Report, voted him as the namesake of the

St. Laurent is brilliant, but is it art?

The Société de développement du boulevard Saint-Laurent sidestepped any holiday controversy this year by flipping the switch on 65 energy-efficient LED installations attached to lampposts between Sherbrooke St. and Mt. Royal Av. Instead of the usual, overplayed holiday symbols, they

St. Laurent is brilliant, but is it art?

The Société de développement du boulevard Saint-Laurent sidestepped any holiday controversy this year by flipping the switch on 65 energy-efficient LED installations attached to lampposts between Sherbrooke St. and Mt. Royal Av. Instead of the usual, overplayed holiday symbols, they

Le shopping, it rocks!

After years in the doldrums, Quebec City’s coolest ‘hood is back as a shopping hot spot, without losing its boho charm. Quebec City can seem frozen in time, nowhere more so than in the hsitoric Haute- and Basse-Villes, whose shops

Le shopping, it rocks!

After years in the doldrums, Quebec City’s coolest ‘hood is back as a shopping hot spot, without losing its boho charm. Quebec City can seem frozen in time, nowhere more so than in the hsitoric Haute- and Basse-Villes, whose shops

Yes, we have fair trade bananas

If you want to feel better about your fruit snack, look for the black and white sticker. Growing up, I often rode shotgun with my father on grocery runs, which often included scouring Toronto’s supermarkets for the cheapest bananas. Born

Yes, we have fair trade bananas

If you want to feel better about your fruit snack, look for the black and white sticker. Growing up, I often rode shotgun with my father on grocery runs, which often included scouring Toronto’s supermarkets for the cheapest bananas. Born

Hooligan hairdos

At the World Cup of soccer, David Beckham’s “faux-hawk” leads the charge of warrior-style coifs. Despite the increased security at the 2002 World Cup, soccer hooliganism seems to have infiltrated– in the form of the hottest hairdo on the soccer

Hooligan hairdos

At the World Cup of soccer, David Beckham’s “faux-hawk” leads the charge of warrior-style coifs. Despite the increased security at the 2002 World Cup, soccer hooliganism seems to have infiltrated– in the form of the hottest hairdo on the soccer

Speedy runners great catch for popular Ultimate league

Championships this weekend. Both sexes can excel while on same field– no one’s allowed to crash into others. Anyone who doubts women can compete on the same field as men should look in on the Canadian Ultimate Championships taking place this

Speedy runners great catch for popular Ultimate league

Championships this weekend. Both sexes can excel while on same field– no one’s allowed to crash into others. Anyone who doubts women can compete on the same field as men should look in on the Canadian Ultimate Championships taking place this