Many places in Canada would like to claim the honor of playing host to the first game of hockey. It may surprise you.to learn which location holds the valid claim.
Halifax has Sidney Crosby and Victoria doesn’t, but there are other amazing but less well-noted differences between these two iconic Canadian cities.
Choosing to live on a Caribbean Island offers many obvious benefits — soft white sand beaches, crystal clear blue sea, lush tropical foliage, and sunrises and sunsets beyond compare. Then there is a benefit that I was pleasantly surprised to encounter—becoming a member of the Roatan Global Village.
A writer and sports enthusiast looks at what his life might have been like if he hadn’t spent so much of it watching and playing sports.
Every Friday we will present a free film for you to enjoy. This week it’s the loved hockey story “The Sweater” by Sheldon Cohen .
A few days ago I walked into a pub with my friend Andrea. We were there to eat and catch up, and (as usual) were caught off guard by the Wednesday early evening crowd. Ah, right. Playoff season. It was game 7 between Montreal and Washington. I glanced at the TV and burst out laughing. […]
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).
Gil Namur pays homage to one of his personal heroes – and one of the true hockey greats -Jean Béliveau of the Montreal Canadiens.