10 Conservative Canadian Political Pundits Ever since the campaign for the 2016 United States presidential election, American politics have completely dominated the public conversation in the West. Back in the 20th Century, this conversation would have been the almost-exclusive domain of the mainstream media. In this digital age, however, the bulk
Ontario is located in central eastern Canada and one of the ten provinces of Canada. Almost 40 percent of Canada’s population lives in Ontario. Land wise it is the second largest province.
10 Haunted Hotels in Ontario (That You Can Stay in Tonight!) “What comes to mind when you think about Canada?”This question was the subject of a YouTube video I watched the other day in which Japanese students were asked to share their thoughts on the Great White North. Aside from general things like
Ghostly Tales of the Scenic Caves Nature Preserve Many consider Ontario to be one of Canada’s most haunted provinces, and with good reason. The so-called “Province of Opportunity”, nestled in the heart of the Canadian Shield, has seen more violent death than just about any other region in the country.The forests
The Strange Death of Violet Goglin Last Christmas, the Season 4 premiere of the Canadian TV series Letterkenny aired on CraveTV. This hilarious sitcom revolves around the small fictional town of Letterkenny, situated in the heart of rural Ontario. Each episode details the exploits of the members of the town’s four
Thunderbird A Canadian Legend On the eastern shore of Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, at a place known as Brockton Point, stands a cluster of ten totem poles carved and painted by First Nations artists. One of these carvings- a striking replica of a Kwakwaka'wakw longhouse post- stands in conspicuous prominence.
Mary Ann Shadd https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxTfYr-XZPQ Early Life Mary Ann Shadd was born to free black parents in Wilmington, Delaware, USA, on October 9, 1823. At that time, slavery was legal in the state of Delaware. Shadd's parents were abolitionists who opposed slavery. For several years, their Delaware home served as a station on the
Elijah McCoy If you live in Canada, America, or the United Kingdom, chances are you've heard somebody refer to something as "the Real McCoy." This strange idiom, synonymous with "the real deal," is used to describe things that are original and genuine. For example, if your friend questions the authenticity of
Portia White Most Canadians today have heard of Sarah McLachlan, the Nova Scotia-born songstress whose emotional ballads paved the way for a new style of feminine pop music in the 1990's. Many have heard of Anne Murray, another Nova Scotian singer whose international success in the 1970's and 80's laid the
The Origin of the McIntosh Apple One of the favorite varieties of apple, the McIntosh apple or Mac as it is sometimes called, originated in Canada. Today the name Mcintosh (for legal reasons spelled without a capital “I”) or Mac is best known as one chosen by Jef Raskin, an employee
At the beginning of the French and Indian War (1754-1763) fought between the colonies of British North America and the French colony of New France, both British and French forces enlisted the support of their respective First Nations allies. The French colonists supplemented their troops with Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, Algonquin, Ojibwa and