Experts at the Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society say there are a number of ways to keep ticks off pets. The first is being vigilant.
The artificial tropical paradise in Cambridge is a lush, warm alternative for those who find a more southerly escape too pricey.
Three wildlife organizations banded together to teach the public about wildlife rehabilitation and to inspire future conservationists.
Reviewer Clara Montgomery’s advice: Watch the film “in the privacy of your own home, so as to not embarrass yourself by sobbing in public.”
Government officials add that even better results could be achieved through more environmentally conscious manufacturing of consumer products.
The campaign by Harry Brewis — better known online as Hbomberguy — began as a lark, but turned into a potent object lesson about trans rights.
Although he spends a large amount of his free time at the local bar, a man from Blyth, Ont. also has a hobby – helping others.
A workshop at Shade’s Mills park gave participants a chance to help local wildlife endure the harsh conditions of the season.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Mac Kemp, Emma Radun, Dylan Clugston, Grace Angelina Van Loenen, Dylan Guillemette, Miranda Smyth, Joyal George and Dan Pampano.
Storm Hunters Jaclyn Whittal and Mark Robinson say their pursuit of tornados, hurricanes, blizzards and other extreme events in nature provides an unmatched adrenaline rush.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) impacts a handful of Canadians — but it can especially affect students from countries where sunlight is plentiful.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Shelby Donegan, Owen Gemin, Amy Gaskin, Liam Mayes, Marisa Carlota, Boyi Benjamin, Sydney Lutz and Anastasia Makarenko.
Crazy costumes. Ghost stories. Tales from the world of the paranormal. Heroes, villains and everyone in between. It’s all in this special edition of Fashion ICONdors — live (or perhaps dead) from Conestoga College.
This week’s Fashion ICONdors: Joe Butterworth, Kandice Viveen, Liam Dowling, Harsimran Kaur and Mohamed Ali.