A Vancouver dad has created Spellie, a Wordle-type game for kids from grade 2 to 5.
Do You Play Wordle?
In just a few months, Wordle has become one of the most popular games on the Internet.
News Quiz: What Do You Remember About 2020?
Phew! Aren’t you glad 2020 is over? People all around the world heaved a sigh of relief at midnight on December 31, knowing that a truly terrible year was finally behind us. We could all look forward to a better […]
Sesame Street celebrates 50 years
Beloved children’s television show Sesame Street turns 50 this year.
2019 Oscars Awarded
Every year, the biggest awards for movies and actors are given out at a star-studded ceremony known as the Academy Awards, or “Oscars” for short. The award for Best Picture went to the movie Green Book, Best Actress was awarded […]
Harry’s Gettin’ Hitched
Britain’s Prince Harry is going to tie the knot.
He recently proposed to American actress Meghan Markle, and she said “yes.”
They announced their engagement on Nov. 27, appearing together before the media.
Harry, 33, is Queen Elizabeth’s grandson and he’s fifth in line to the throne. His mother is the late Princess Diana and his father is Prince Charles.
Composer “Adds The Emotion” To Canadian TV Dramas
Rob Carli adds the music, and with it the emotion, to many TV shows, including Murdoch Mysteries. Read more about how he does it.>>
Super Soul Sister, Sharon Jones Remembered Lovingly By Fans, Friends, and Family
Measuring at just about 5 feet tall, Sharon Jones was no ordinary giant. Sharon Jones was born in Augusta, Georgia, USA, the same city as one of her musical idols, James Brown. However, at a young age, Jones and her family moved to New York City. Growing up in Brooklyn, Jones developed her love of singing while performing in her church’s gospel choir. A passionate performer, Jones played countless shows each year, all over the world, with jaw-dropping energy and talent.
Canada Loses Leonard Cohen, Songwriter, Poet
Leonard Cohen, one of Canada’s best-known songwriters and poets, has died at the age of 82.
He wasn’t “born with the gift of a golden voice,” as one of his songs famously put it. In fact, his voice was deep, gravelly and could even said to be tuneless. But that was part of his charm.
This Summer, Canada Had A Sing-A-Long
Recently, people across Canada came together in a unique and emotional musical experience.
Canadians said thank-you and good-bye to the iconic rock band, The Tragically Hip.
Many Canadians have enjoyed the unique Canadian sound of the band for many years. In fact, some people say the band plays “the soundtrack of Canada” and the “music that is in Canadians’ hearts.” Of course, not every Canadian enjoys the music of The Hip, as they’re known, but a great many do.