Have Some Apricots Tonight | Psychology Today Canada

Have Some Apricots Tonight | Psychology Today Canada

Source: Barbara Koltuska-Haskin Proper nutrition is essential for our body, brain, and well-being. The healthier our body, the better our brain will function. Apricots are a rare fruit that has nutritional and medicinal properties. They are a rich source of nutrients and biologically active compounds. Nutritional Properties of Apricots Apricots are rich in dietary fiber, … Read more

100s gather to learn, eat and dance at Yellowknife multicultural festival

100s gather to learn, eat and dance at Yellowknife multicultural festival

Somba K’e park in Yellowknife was filled with booths showcasing cultures from across the world on Sunday. It was part of the Sǫǫ̀mba K’è Multicultural Festival, where hundreds gathered to learn, eat, dance and sing. Among the booth hosts included the Philippine Cultural Association of Yellowknife, an organization that has been in the city since … Read more

Is There A Real Difference Between Lentils And Beans?

Is There A Real Difference Between Lentils And Beans?

There’s nothing better than warming up with a hearty bowl of lentil soup, but lentils are so much more than a singular dish. In fact, lentils are common across cultures and cuisines, thanks to their nutrients and plant-based origin. India, for example, favors the food; the country consumes over half of the world’s lenses, according … Read more

‘I miss him a lot’ – Stones open up about late drummer and friend Charlie Watts | Music | Entertainment

‘I miss him a lot’ – Stones open up about late drummer and friend Charlie Watts | Music | Entertainment

Mick Jagger pays tribute to Charlie Watts at Rolling Stones show The band has persevered through many trials and tribulations throughout the years, with drugs and fallouts threatening to destroy the band many times. But like any good performers the show must go on, like a “relentless juggernaut,” according to Richards. With the tragic passing … Read more

My immigrant grandparents are unapologetically Chinese, I learned a lot from them

My immigrant grandparents are unapologetically Chinese, I learned a lot from them

First Person is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. Illustration by Rachel Wada As a young child, when someone would ask me, “Where are you from?” I’d confidently answer: “Here!” After all, being born and raised in Victoria was all I’d ever known. But … Read more

Deadly rabbit virus detected in Ontario for first time

Deadly rabbit virus detected in Ontario for first time

A highly contagious and deadly virus that affects rabbits and hares has been detected in Ontario for the first time. Two cases of rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus – 2 (RHDV-2) were reported earlier in June in southwestern Ontario’s Lambton County. Previously recorded in Alberta, BC and Quebec, rabbit hemorrhagic disease is not known to affect … Read more