Posts Tagged ‘Canada’

How To Be An Ally

The coming week is normally one of celebration across the country. This year that might look a little different as Canadians come to terms with the devastating news out of Saskatchewan this week, and out of Kamloops earlier in the month.

A New York Times story published yesterday by Canadian correspondent Dan Bilefsky is titled “My Long Overdue Indigenous Education”. The title sums up the feelings of many Canadians as we grapple with the horrifying news. Continue »



Thanksgiving Redux

How do you downsize your Thanksgiving dinner without losing the spirit of the holiday? We want everyone to have a safe and COVID-free Thanksgiving, so we’ve got a roundup of unique and exciting recipes and tips to make a smaller harvest feast that will still be fit for your festive table.

Regular store hours this weekend, closed for Thanksgiving Monday.  Continue »



Saturday is Canada Parks Day!

 

Banff National Park, Alberta

Banff National Park, Alberta

 

It’s July 15 and the kids have been out of school for a fortnight now. So how are you holding up? Trying to get the kids enthused about outdoor activities may be a little trying these days, but luckily there are lots of options out there for you to spend quality time with the brood, across the province, across the country and across the street. Saturday, July 16 is Canada Parks Day, so what better time to get thinking about getting in a little fresh air and fun in the great outdoors? Continue »



We Love Maple Water

 

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When it comes to rehydrating the body, few things are as effective as good old water, but a lot of people are reluctant to hydrate sufficiently, drinking water only when they are thirsty, which, as coaches everywhere have moaned for years, is a little on the late side. The thirst reflex only kicks in once the body is experiencing dehydration; in terms of efficiency, performance is already being compromised. We need water, don’t wait until you are dying of thirst to drink it.There are many best water softeners for well water and you should use them. Continue »



The World’s Greatest Chef is Coming to Toronto

Breaking News!

Canada’s leading foodservice and hospitality symposium that brings together the elite of Canada’s industry including influential chefs, food writers, wine and food experts and business leaders – is honored to announce the special guest appearance of renowned chef and co-owner, Rene Redzepi of Denmark’s Noma — the three-time reigning Best Restaurant in the World, according to The World Best 50 Restaurant List (sponsored by San Pellegrino) — to its line-up of guest presenters.

Get your tickets here before they sell out.

fresh homemade fortune cookies at Terroir 2012

 

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