Chad Ronalds is preparing for a Spartan Race in Montreal this summer. You can read each installment in his journey by clicking here. As I prepare for my first Spartan Race event – a five kilometer run with 20 obstacles – I realize that thinking I’m in reasonable shape for […]
It should come as no surprise that the director of professional services responsible for St. Mary’s Hospital resigned last month, barely two years after her appointment.
On April 6th, the chef and owner of the new restaurant Petite Maison, Danny St-Pierre, opened his doors to Moisson Montréal, Moisson Rive-Sud and the Centre de bébévolat et moisson Laval for a benefit dinner to raise money for the Great Food Drive for Children. Close to 60 friends of […]
Once they arrive in Montreal, Syrian refugees have to start from scratch, and setting up a home is their main priority.
Convulsive changes in Chinese society have rekindled a yearning for free expression, cultural diversity, and creativity linked to traditional arts.
One travel guide suggested Malawi’s unofficial motto is “maybe tomorrow.”
If you were born between 1945 and 1955, you’re what I call a baby boomer. Yes, I know, those born before or after like to think of themselves as boomers, but truthfully, there’s something about growing up in those years, that makes you a prime audience for the latest hit […]