If you’re going to rock a poppy, you better get it right. Otherwise, it really defeats the whole purpose (and you look like a bit of a fool). Judging from various sightings on Toronto streets, however, more than a few...
Today we remember those who gave their lives for our country so we can enjoy the freedoms so many couldn't in the past. But do you know much else that makes November 11th so notable? Here are 11 things you might not know about this very special date, but definitely should
It’s Remembrance Day tomorrow,w and while Ontario doesn’t deem it a worthy enough holiday to give you the day off, we’re hoping you have a boss who’s open to giving you an all-important hour away. But first, you’ll need to know where to go in Toronto to honour those who lived and died for your freedom
It’s been a hundred years since the start of WWI. And in Calgary, there are a number of public events and spaces where you can go tomorrow to pay tribute to the fallen. So if you’re choosing to remember – and you should be – here’s our shortlist of where and how to do it
Tonight, you'll leave work feeling like it's a Friday. And while it’s a weird feeling, you won’t hear anyone complaining. Whether you're wondering what the heck to do on an oddly placed holiday (hint: go to a Remembrance Day ceremony) or totally prepped for a random Monday night party – we got you covered
As young professionals, it is important to make time this weekend to commemorate our Canadian troops. It goes without saying that most of us will be sporting the poppy on our lapels as a sign of respect and support leading up to and including November 11, but showing up at one of the city’s services should definitely be on your calendar as well