My husband and I received this book (Canada 365 : Every Day Tells a Story) as one of our wedding gifts. It was quite fitting as we were road tripping across the country for our honeymoon
Watching extreme weather reports, especially the top ten countdown, on the weather network is a fascinating look at what Mother Nature can throw our way
Get your kicks from ancient Rome to Hadrian's Wall with Sextus Julius Severus, the new governor of Britannia, as your walking guide.
The Oscar nominations have been announced and this year there are lots of literary connections to the movies
90 years ago on January 30, 1927, an arsonist set fire to the Crystal Palace at the Western Fair.
First Presbyterian Church became the first place of worship in London to have electric lighting 125 years ago on January 25th, 1892
150 years ago on January 25th, 1867, Lavinia Hermione Gertrude Amanda Guelph, wife of Charles Wetherbee, died at the age of 46
On January 25th, 1957, Mary Ann Elizabeth Semeuk was born three months premature, weighing just 26 ounces. She was called the "dollar bill baby" because she was the same size as a dollar bill.
In The Network, investigative journalist Scott Woolley recounts one of the greatest business heists in American history - the massive rip-off of the airwaves.
On 12 April 1981 a revolutionary new spacecraft blasted off from Florida on her maiden flight.