Heritage Hockey

11 Dec 18
Montreal Gazette

What’s happening in the West Island Off-Island this week.

11 Dec 18
Maeve Shanahan

It’s officially the holiday season, which means it’s the time of giving gifts and measuring love with monetary exchanges. I’ve never been the kind of person to need an occasion to dole out surprises, I am a big fan of Just Because gifts. So I’ve decided to write about my ex-boyfriends and our gift exchanges. […]

10 Dec 18
TheColorOfHockey

American-born hockey excellence will be celebrated in Nashville, Tennessee, when five deserving individuals are inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Wednesday night. Nashville Predators General Manager David Poile, former three-time Winter Olympian Natalie Darwitz, legendary former University of Michigan hockey Head Coach Gordon “Red” Berenson, retired National Hockey League referee Paul Stewart and the […]

10 Dec 18
Toronto Savvy

LARGE THEATRES *Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley Street, http://www.canadianstage.com *Bluma Appel Theatre, 27 Front Street East, http://www.canadianstage.com *CAA (formerly Panasonic) Theatre, 651 Yonge St., http://www.mirvish.com *Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge Street, http://www.ticketmaster.ca *Fleck Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Quay W., http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/venues/fleckdancetheatre/ *Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts (Opera House), 145 Queen St. W., http://www.coc.ca *Princess of […]

10 Dec 18
Watts Up With That?

The Week That Was: 2018-12-08 (December 8, 2018) Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org) The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: “You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” — Attributed to […]

10 Dec 18
VOICES MAGAZINE

 “What kind of coffee do you drink in Finland­­?” “Coffee” “But is it latte, cappuccino, macchiato or what?” It’s just coffee. Year after year Finland is one of the biggest coffee drinking countries, even during our childhood we start practicing with little empty cups in a playhouse on our yard, with imaginary cookies, but with […]

10 Dec 18
Sport & Sports Psychology

Olympic Resilience  Can your team handle the pressure?   The Olympics. It’s where every team dreams to compete. Teams train hard and prepare over many years just for this event. A major tournament like this can cause immense pressure- how can a team ensure they are ready to handle it? Is it a downward spiral […]

10 Dec 18
Blake Island Journeys

The West’s vast landscapes seem like old friends to me. In the 1960s, sardined together in Dad’s homemade camper, my family stopped everywhere Mom wanted to stop (antique stores), and at all the national parks. And long ago, Padre and I road-tripped through Montana (above), Oregon, and California. But neither of us remember so much […]

09 Dec 18
David Power Blog - Silence is the Question

I spent 2 weeks exploring Quebec in late October 2018, visiting a good friend in Ottawa. I was lucky to have a local tour guide and get to explore great cities like Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City, as well as the great outdoors. Here are my thoughts from my diary. Trip Highlights Hiking up Mont […]

09 Dec 18
Day Tripper

Gallivant to the forested realm of loose Elks and icy shores of migrating whales, to an island which wears a strong cultural influence – from its indigenous Mik’maq to foot-tapping Broadway shows. Sheen Durani shares his trail to the word’s most natural site – in terms of landscape and lifestyle. 28 hours after taking off […]

09 Dec 18
First Ice Skates For Jumps And Twirls

? For every penalty the get put in the penalty box or something like that. I am not familiar with hockey but my cousin played hockey for about half of his existence given that he was about 5 till he was about 16. He was on all the journey groups and virtually went professional but […]

08 Dec 18
Memesita

Julie Snyder's franchise, Claude Julien's ambitions, Mélanie Joly's gibberish, the humility of Karl Subban and Denis Villeneuve … Here are some crisp moments that caught our attention in Everybody talks about it, this week. Turn the page First guest of the evening, whileDouble occupation had just finished at V, Julie Snyder came back on her […]

08 Dec 18
MisesRevived

This article was originally published on Medium. The industrial revolution can be thought of as the starting point of how the modern world has ended up. Prosperity worldwide has skyrocketed [1] and life expectancy has doubled [2] in most countries since its advent. The period has nonetheless generally gotten a negative image among many today, […]

07 Dec 18
Regis Tea-Time

Pancakes in the morning! Already the weekend before that, so when Flo was here, we started the Saturday with an English breakfast including sausages, eggs and pancakes (no baked beans). And we did the same with Jessi, however without any sausages and with our focus being mostly on pancakes! Banana pancakes to be more specific, […]