When she was a child, Eva Markvoort’s malapropism for “cystic fibrosis” was 65 red roses. During her too brief life, Eva reached out to millions of people through her blog and the film 65_RedRoses.
Archives for April 2010
Every Friday we will present a free film for you to enjoy. Our first installment is Norman McLaren’s Hen Hop.
How serious is it when you don’t cheer for your home team? A Vancouver resident admits to his love of the Edmonton Oilers, and a weakness for ice cream bars.
There is a new toothbrush in my bathroom. It is the sign of a new lover in my life. A simple instrument that shows such possibility. A small gesture on both our parts that this is something more. This could be real and true and beautiful. There is a new toothbrush in my bathroom. I […]
When Peter Miles is forced to examine his religious beliefs, he decides his religion is hockey and he is a Hockeysian. Here, he examines the parallels between Christianity and the National Hockey League (NHL).
To find the coveted work-life balance, it may simply be a matter of giving out value as a Creator, and being open to receiving value back as a Consumer.
It’s an old joke on the Prairies. The mountains are nice, but they block the view. The only thing is, I’m not sure how much of a joke it is. A while ago, I was lucky enough to spend some time crop-touring the back roads around Elbow, Saskatchewan. Crop touring, for those lacking the benefit […]
Eric Brad says dogs do talk to us. The question is: are we listening? Read about Eric’s remarkable relationship with his dog Tiramisu and discover how the methods Eric has learned can improve your communication with the dogs in your life.
Alas, for many people, the Middle East conjures up images of strife. True, Jordanians find themselves in a tough neighbourhood; reports from Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq often paint a disquieting picture of this part of the world. But Jordan is an oasis of calm from one end to the other.
Too many social media accounts? Too many personalities to maintain on Twitter? Neil Johnston has figured out the cure, and it’s relatively painless.