I spend a large part of every year travelling. I’ve had the benefit and pleasure of visiting many different locales. The world is filled with amazing places to visit. That’s what makes this New York Times article a must read: 52 Places to Go in 2017. Flip through it and tell […]
After putting up a valiant effort against Army, the RMC Paladins squared off against another talented rival in Queen’s University. For more than 30 years, RMC and Queen’s have squared off in the Carr-Harris Challenge Cup. Queen’s has dominated this series. And, came in a heavy favourite this year, thanks […]
The Royal Military College of Canada varsity hockey team has had a challenging year in the win-loss column.
I have the great luxury of travelling multiple months every year. Although criss-crossing the globe can be taxing (10 hour flights are never fun), the gift of being in a new place never ceases to satisfy.
Add Stephen Harper to the list of former heads of state that have weighed in on Donald Trump’s presidency. Speaking at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi, India, Harper was optimistic about Trump’s impact on America’s foreign policy.
It’s official, the stock market has blown its top off. And, by that, I mean set a new all-time high for major index values. On Wednesday, the Dow Jones reached 20,000 points for the first time in its history. The Dow now joins NASDAQ and the S&P 500 in record […]
Cameron Wake is a stud. Pure and simple. He’s been defying expectations for years. His story has all the makings of a compelling narrative–failure, persistance, a chance, beating the odds, success, proving doubters wrong. He finally made it to the playoffs this year. A year that may be sweeter than many […]
Social security is often taken as a given. Those in younger generations see it as something they have to pay into. They also believe they’ll eventually reap the benefits of those payments once they retire. Such a reality is nowhere near a given. The following article beautifully highlights the predicament […]
New head coach Eric Lang is looking to build a juggernaut at his alma mater American International (AIC). And, he knows only one way to do it, the way he learned from Brian Riley. Riley is Army’s head coach–the place Lang spent the past four seasons as an assistant. “[It’s] […]
Five years ago, the hockey community lost a young man to mental illness. For many reasons, Rick Rypien was beloved by teammates, front office executives, fans, and media alike. In honour of Rypien, the Vancouver Province has put together a summary of the articles in an effort to tell his story. […]