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Terry Fox, the one-legged runner from Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, made an indelible impression upon people across Canada and around the world. An outstanding athlete with a stubborn and competitive spirit, he lost his leg to cancer at 19, but said “nobody is ever going to call me a…read more

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Terry Fox, the one-legged runner from Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, made an indelible impression upon people across Canada and around the world. An outstanding athlete with a stubborn and competitive spirit, he lost his leg to cancer at 19, but said “nobody is ever going to call me a quitter.”…read more

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With the canonization of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII upon us, the Roman Catholic tradition of sainthood is in the news again. But in our increasingly secular, science-focused times, doesn't the very notion of someone being a saint, residing in heaven with God and capable of securing…read more

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The land around Ealue Lake in northwestern British Columbia is Canada's own Eden, where humans are scarce and jaw-dropping scenery is plentiful. Famed anthropologist Wade Davis long a defender of indigenous peoples and their remote lands makes his summer home here. But a nearby open pit gold mine…read more

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There are many reasons why people cross Canada by train. For some, it's a cheap way to get to the booming west to look for work. Others ride the rails in the hope of reconciling with family. And then there are those who want to cross off an item on their bucket list, to see the Prairies and the…read more

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Detractors dismiss it as utter folly. Yet roughly one-quarter of Canadians adults, and many more millions around the world, believe the changing position of celestial bodies affects their lives. In Star-struck: My Adventures in Astrology, feature writer Leslie Scrivener explores the practice,…read more