Doris Anderson is a hero - a woman whose unassuming courage and clarity have had a profound impact on the life of every woman in this country. And she's turning eighty.
In 2004, the Superheroes will cross Canada from Newfoundland to Vancouver, inspired by one of their loyal members, Hug Man from Vancouver. They'll roll into cities and towns, randomly and blithely an
"If every parent understood the huge educational benefits and intense happiness brought about by reading aloud to their children, and if every parent - and every adult caring for a child - read aloud
Eddie, a worried-looking six year old with seven brothers at home ("Our baby is just small, 4 months old," he told me earnestly) played with a dragon hand puppet as he waited for his mother to finish
Anthony's fate, if he is deported to Jamaica, is surely death. The one old, over-crowded, mental hospital in Jamaica is squalid beyond description. Lethal police brutality against the homeless mental
What the Tories' half-assed, herky-jerky system guarantees is that there can be no truly effective anti-smoking campaign in this benighted smog-swamp of a province.
In Calgary, Women for Women Afghanistan has printed a brisk eight-page tabloid-style bulletin with information about current projects and campaigns, with pictures, news stories and many useful addres
Nurses are working at multiple jobs and collapsing under the stress.
The story of the Famous Five, sparkling with humour, passion, outrage and victory, will go down as refreshingly as a frosty drink at the Hot Music Festival this Thursday, when The Ginger Group premie
There is absolutely no truth to the unsavoury accusation of the militants in York Region that Holocaust education is "exclusive'' or "marginalizes others.''