A New Canadian Christmas Tradition

By Elizabeth Cucnik on November 30, 2011

Christmas is more than an idea, belief, or calendar date; it’s a universality that extends into the far reaches of the imagination, anchored in transcendent thought and feeling.  A return to innocence and magic the holiday season renders pure spirit, when Canadians come together to behold a lighter rendition of ourselves and feast upon the […]

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Remembering The Meaning Of Remembrance

By Elizabeth Cucnik on November 9, 2011

Remembrance Day is about remembrance.  But what exactly are we remembering?  Officially, November 11th is a Canadian public holiday, commemorated by the Commonwealth countries in remembrance of all those who have lost their lives in the line of duty since the Great War.  World War II, Korea, Vietnam, The Gulf War, Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, the […]

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