Westley Johnston has come a long way from his days playing wheelchair basketball in Prince Edward Island to having a chance at cracking the men’s national team.
Canadian Paralympic alpine skiier, Alexis Guimond, completed a successful 2022 Beijing Paralympic Games earning a second bronze medal, though he wasn’t satisfied with the result.
Tyler Turner likes to live on a razor’s edge, and four-and-a-half years ago, a mysterious accident cost him his legs.
Wheelchair curler Dennis Thiessen is already aiming to represent Team Canada again at the 2026 Paralympics.
Canadian Paralympian Ina Forrest became a wheelchair curler after an unexpected trip to Costco back in 2004.
Lisa DeJong cemented her name in Canadian sport history this month by winning the country’s first Paralympic medal in snowboarding.
With Erin O’Toole now no longer the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC), many people are wondering who the next leader of the Official Opposition will be. Here’s what we know about how the next Tory leader will be selected.
Almost 58 per cent of Canadians believe Valentine’s to be a commercial event, yet many are gearing up for the day. This brings us to think whether we are truly celebrating love or doing so just to socially fit in.
More Canadians have turned to second-hand shopping for clothing within the last couple years to battle fast fashion.
Last year felt incomplete without a Remembrance Day ceremony to commemorate the brave Canadian military members, living and deceased, who have served their country. This year, Centennial College safely hosted a live, in-person ceremony, on…