Back when I was a young boy, there were some woods behind our house and in those woods was a dirt road that led to an abandoned sand
Photo: Rick Mercer Report/CBC.ca Reader’s Digest asked nine of our favourite Canadian celebrities to share their most memorable holiday moments with us. Here are the fondest (and funniest) festive
I’m a New York City Teacher working and living in Manhattan. On the morning of 9/11/01, I did ordinary things and had ordinary thoughts. I went to vote
I have an older brother and a younger sister, as such, was the Child Psychologist’s perfect stereotype of The Middle Child Syndrome. My elder brotherwas allowed to stay
My family moved to Rockaway, New Jersey in the summer of 1978. It was there that my dreams of stardom began. Read more of the story here.
Nhu Van Nguyen steered a wooden boat w/ 90+ people fleeing Vietnam. (Kristin Nelson/CBC) “I have to gamble with my life for the freedom.” – Nhu Van Nguyen It
What I remember is that my mother came in my room and woke me saying she heard glass breaking outside. I was a little groggy trying to grasp
From left: Sisters Jennifer, Liz, Sue and Chris Deacon. ~ Chatelaine We were inseparable, just like in Louisa May Alcott’s classic tale, Little Women. But then one of
~ CBS.ca Following the CBC’s call out for immigration stories, they heard from people who were long settled, newly arrived and still waiting. Their inbox was flooded with
The proverbial immigrant journey is all too familiar to Joel Sacke. In fact, not many immigrants would have gone through the struggles that he faced, and kept going.