Make Time to Remember this Remembrance Day

Marking the end of World War One, Remembrance Day takes place next week on, of course, November 11, and gives us all an opportunity to remember the great many fallen in both World Wars and other conflicts. In Canada, Remembrance Day is a public holiday and federal...

Baby Boomers Leading the Way as Canada’s Entrepreneurs

Canada’s seniors are showing off their entrepreneurial spirit by being the main drivers of the small business sector according to a new report. Bucking the traditional trend of ‘sliding into retirement, more and more of Canada’s Baby Boomers – and particularly the...

Labour Day 2019: How You Can Get Involved

Labour Day is a public holiday in Canada that is celebrated annually on the first Monday of September. The general population are given the day off with schools and most businesses being closed. Whilst originally it was a day that gave workers the opportunity to...

Canada Day Across the Country, What’s Going on and Where?

Canada Day occurs on July 1 and is a national holiday held to mark the joining of Canada’s original three provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and the Canada Province; now known as Ontario and Quebec) as one nation in 1867. The holiday was formerly known as Dominion...

Ways for Seniors to Celebrate Victoria Day!

Victoria Day has always been a special holiday for Canadians, as a chance to spend time with family and marking the start of the summer season and the start of spring for gardeners. This year marks the 200th year since the birth of Queen Victoria making the day even...