Barbie dolls have a particular look to them. They’re thin, tall, long-legged… and virtually unlike any real human being.
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Something thoroughly Canadian is happening–the country is welcoming the first of 25,000 Syrian refugees. And the Prime Minister was at the airport to welcome them to their new home.
Young movie lovers are uniting in Toronto this week with the return of the TIFF Kids International Film Festival.
The festival is celebrating its 18th year and highlights some of the world’s best cinema geared for kids aged three to 13.
A woman in the Northwest Territories in northern Canada isn’t being allowed to give her baby the name she wants to.
The mother is Shene Catholique Valpy and she speaks a traditional language called Chipewyan.
Now, kids with autism can have a better experience going to the movies.
Tobogganing is a very popular winter sport in Canada and the United States.
Recently, some towns in Canada and the United States have banned tobogganing.
Other towns have put limits on which hills people can toboggan on.
Lammily is a new fashion doll that looks more like “real” women, according to its designer.
It’s been snowing in Buffalo, New York.
And snowing. And snowing. And snowing and snowing and snowing and snowing.
A fight between two high school students in Nova Scotia last month has underlined some of the concerns parents and teachers have about cellphones in schools.
There are moist carrot cake muffins. Subs made with homemade buns.
Fresh baked banana bread. Even the sausage on the pizza is made by hand.
And the most expensive item on the menu is $6, including tax.
Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School does not have a typical cafeteria.