Beef up taboula parsley salad

By Habeeb Salloum No doubt, most people in North America have heard of taboula (tabbouleh), that tasty and healthy Middle

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In others’ words – the cat

By William Thomas From dog to horse, bat to rat, no pets are more quotable than the domestic cat. For

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Cruise wild Alaska in comfort

By Diane Tierney Cruising to Alaska is like peering into Mother Nature’s jewelry box of precious gems showcasing emeralds, diamonds

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Newfoundland: A “singcation” on the edge of the Atlantic

By Anne Bokma Singing – especially with other people – is one of life’s most joyful activities. Study after study

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Celine Dion: Natural beauty

By Sarah Jossel Celine Dion: No Botox, no red lipstick, no fake tan — what has the singing legend learned

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Downchild Blues Band: Still singing the blues

By Cece M. Scott The quick-witted repartee and droll rejoinders whiz back and forth like ping pong balls between Downchild

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Advice for curing NestAche

For two years, Dr. Margaret Rutherford wrote NestAche, a blog devoted to the turmoil she felt when her nest emptied. Her

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Where there’s a will

By Renee Fisher Life in the Boomer Lane has always prided herself in being a take-charge person. She takes full

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Grab Some Garlic and Give Dad His Day

By Habeeb Salloum In North Africa, as well as the Middle East and in the countries of eastern and southern

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Gone rhyming with a cowboy poet

By William Thomas My friend, Doris Daley, from Calgary, became the first Canadian ever to win the highest honour in

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