Like most people with any sense -- which would exclude Saskatchewan Roughrider fans -- I cannot wait for Friday to get here.
Last week, while announcing a new five-year, $1.5-billion core infrastructure spending plan, two of the more articulate NDP cabinet ministers -- Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Steve Ashton and Jobs and the Economy Minister Theresa Oswald -- found themselves unable to answer a simple but essential question.
In cheesy disaster movies, the end of the world comes with continent-fracturing earthquakes, skyscraper-toppling tsunamis or new diseases that destroy all life.
It's been nearly a week now since a former University of Manitoba Bisons offensive lineman was forced to play defence when he was stabbed and beaten Sunday by three would-be robbers while cross-country skiing at The Forks.
At their current level of development, Kevin Glenn is an upgrade over every single quarterback on the Winnipeg Blue Bomber roster, but he is not the pivot this team should move forward with.
It's a matter of record what Paul Maurice has said he's here to do.
The first thing Kyle Walters did as new GM of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers was look at the football operations budget and cut a big chunk out of the department's top salary and then plow it right back into scouting and coaching.
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — If Canadian curling had a trading deadline -- and they should, given all the mileage the NHL gets out of its own -- it would be coming up very soon.
There's nothing wrong with setting modest goals, as long as you work hard at achieving them.
For anyone looking to cut back on sugar, it can be hard finding recipes that work well with sugar substitutes like Splenda, a sucralose-based artificial sweetener that's derived from sugar.
Given that Zack Snyder's 2006 comic-book-peplum-epic 300 did not exactly invite a sequel (spoiler alert: the titular sum of heroes died), you have to give some credit to the makers of 300: Rise of an Empire. This sequel stands on its own as a savage, sexy variant that expands on the original in an organic way.
DEAR READERS: Sometimes I get letters from children, but don't often include them in the column. Many unknowingly give away their identities, so I write them back privately. Here are a few that are OK to publish.
Some news on wineries changing hands -- one of which turned deadly...
It's been several years since I last dined here, and nothing seems to have changed. Gasthaus Gutenberger still has that Germanic-chalet look, with walls part pale stucco and part wood panelling, adorned by paintings and a few antique-looking (but locally made) wood-cuts of medieval monks carousing among the beer barrels (the dark ages clearly weren't totally dark). The ambience is casual, apart from the formal-looking, high-backed chairs that have been there forever and also seem unchanged, except for the uncomfortably sagging seats.
WASHINGTON -- No one is going to have a better view of Hillary Clinton's inaugural parade in 2017 than one of the lunatic Republicans who might blow a billion bucks to run against her.
The powerful forms of Inuit art, a dancing soapstone bear, a majestic ivory narwhal or an etching of a snowy owl, shape the symbolic imagery of Canada's northern indigenous people. The distinctive works that have come to represent this ancient culture are, surprisingly, a modern form of artistic expression.
Last week, we reminded you of the penalties for filing your tax return late and also the significant penalties for omitting information slips or failing to disclose all sources of income. This includes capital gains on investments that were sold during the year.
Today is International Women's Day, a day when we celebrate women's role in society and celebrate the economic, political and social achievements women have gained over the past 100-plus years.
It goes without saying the calculated gamble we call farming is not a job for the faint of heart.
Few people with their money on their mind haven't been talking about real estate in recent years.