Life After the Game: Curling Olympic Medalist Carolyn McRorie
Imagine stopping to pick up a Starbuck's coffee and everyone in the shop begins passionately singing 'O Canada'. That's exactly what happened to Carolyn McRorie during the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. McRorie was part of the Cheryl Bernard skipped team that won the Silver Medal that year, and which was one of the many wonderful memories McRorie has from her curling journey.
Imagine stopping to pick up a Starbuck's coffee and everyone in the shop begins passionately singing 'O Canada'. keep reading
In 2008 my wife and I came to Nepal for a 2 week vacation that we extended to 4 weeks, then to 3 months and now 5 years later we are still here and loving every minute of it. A few weeks after arriving I began training 3 young software developers in Ruby on Rails around a small kitchen table. keep reading
As of Jan 26th, 2016 there are 535 Canadians are listed on the rosters of NCAA Division I, Division II and Division III schools, NAIA and NJCAA Division I, Division II and Division III schools. keep reading
Dominion's history spans more than 100 years -- with roots all the way back to 1895 and the invention of the first ever Direct Recording lever machines in New York. Over the course of the last century, expertise and experience in the development and deployment of voting systems has grown. keep reading
David MacNaughton will be appointed by the Governor General of Canada to become Canada's next Ambassador to the United States, succeeding former Manitoba Premier Gary Doer. MacNaughton assumes this post after a 35-year career as a business executive and public affairs consultant. keep reading