“Media Ethics. Human Ecology in a Connected World” – 20th Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association (MEA) is about to begin! For those who are attending the Pre-Conference Kick-Off & Networking Event, see you tonight at the Toronto Reference Library (6:00 PM doors open; 7:00 PM discussion begins) for an amazing panel on The Social Cost […]
London police say no foul play is suspected after the body of Lucas Teams was found on Thursday.
The Sobey Art Foundation and the National Gallery of Canada announced five finalists for the 2019 Sobey Art Award. Being one of the world’s most prestigious Contemporary art prizes, the Sobey Art Award is presented annually to a Canadian visual artist age 40 and under.“The Sobey Art Award helps to keep the National Gallery of […]
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The finalists for the 2nd English Women’s Awards 2019 North are revealed after hundreds of nominations flooded in from North England.
Twelve community groups across Ottawa penned a joint letter calling the City to adopt Vision Zero now.
Emperor of Russia, Peter Alexeyevich or Peter I who was also known as Peter the Great, started having portraits painted from 1672. Early day train spotter George Stephenson gauged opinion before arriving in 1781. First astronomer to view Neptune – Johann Gottfried Galle started to run rings round his parents a few months after his […]
BY GILBERT TAYLOR They called him “Gib” and at 30 years of age Gilbert A. Milne found himself in the midst of the D-Day invasion on Juno Beach. Milne was a former Reserve corporal in the Toronto Scottish Regiment who, in 1943, earned a commission with the Navy on HMCS York. All he carried on […]
The Kanata Seniors Center Camera Club would like to thank the following members for their recent submissions: Ian Buchanan Karen Haddon Mary Welsh Doug McCrady Manfred Mueller Their photos were on display from May 11th for a 2 week period in the Library Showcase at the entrance to the Beaverbrook Library. A special thank you […]
*** Fifty Years High School Graduation – Lord Beaverbrook High School – Calgary, AB, 1969 *** May Results It’s all about tariffs. The US imposition of tariffs, first on China, then late in the month on Mexico, has had a major negative impact on the US markets and by extension, Canadian markets. The US markets […]
Calgary police say one person is in custody following reports of a potentially armed person that prompted a lockdown at Lord Beaverbrook High School on Thursday. Everyone is safe and officers have cleared the school, the police service said on Twitter on Thursday afternoon. “There is no current threat to the safety of staff or […]
The Hills at Charlesworth community boasts Edmonton’s first solar- and wind-powered Wi-Fi park/playground, a sustainability plaza, a 48-plot community garden, and now, a nine-hole championship disc golf course. The course opened in late April and now hosts weekly meet-ups for new and experienced players. The Edmonton Disc Golf Association (EDGA) – a volunteer-based organization always […]
Abu’l Fath Nasir-ud-Din Mahmud Shah I, Mahmud Begarha or Mahmud Begada, the Sultan of Gujarat kicks things off here and found he had faith in being born in 1458. Tights wearing Prime Minister of Great Britain, John Stuart left his initial deposit in 1713. Newspaper baron (among other things), William Maxwell ‘Max’ Beaverbrook was hot […]