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Month: December 2016

It was approaching Christmas. I was living in Ottawa, sharing a townhouse with five other students from Carleton University. My roommate’s girlfriend, a rather devout Christian, came over to hang.

In the spirit of trying new things for 2017, on this week column, i will start talking about some pretty amazing wines from Macedonia in the Balkan regions. To help you warm up in the winter, two amazing scotch whisky reviews.   Macedonia is home...

What says Christmas  Season more than tables full  with steaming, flaky, busting-out-the-crusty-corners pies? Tourtieres, chicken and  pot pies, syrupy fruit pies, sugar pies. In history, that food group may just.

During the last 100 years, the holidays of Christmas and Hanukkah have fallen on the same day only four times, the last being in 1959. This year will be the fifth. Christmas has always been celebrated on December 25th since 336AD, when Pope Julius I...

The Media’s Big Food Drive is an annual and unique event in Quebec. As the Holiday Season approaches, the media join forces to raise monetary and non perishable donations to.

The year is coming to an end in just a few weeks and most likely very few knew that 2016 was dedicated by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) to the Greek philosopher Aristotle. The reason to pay tribute to this iconic thinker...

To borrow from The Gazette’s Terry Mosher, “Okay, everybody, take a valium.” Time Magazine was not praising Donald Trump in making him “Person of the Year.” It’s not an accolade..

If you need a good read during the Christmas holidays, you can’t beat John Grisham’s latest legal thriller The Whistler. It has everything you could want in a Grisham thriller … detailed legal procedures, intrigue, skullduggery, corruption, and violence; but instead of Mississippi, the state...
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