The International Space University was the brainchild of three students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT. In 1987, two Americans, Peter Diamnadis and Todd B. Hawley, and Canadian, Bob Richards, were concerned that space-exploration was becoming increasingly polarized, particularly between the US and the USSR.
It seems like forever that stretching has served as an integral part of any serious athlete's warmup--or, sometimes, warmdown--exercise routine.
Go to most professional sporting events events a couple of hours before the competition and you will see the most graceful of pros contorted into positions that would likely make a Kama Sutra teacher blush with ecstasy.
Freedom of religion is one of the fundamental guarantees in Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The government of Canada says it is "committed to religious pluralism." And more and more members elected to Parliament reflect the growing religious diversity in Canada. Still the separation of church and state is also a founding principal of Canada's ...
The 39th Toronto International Film Festival will begin on September 4th and run until September 14th.
Today was the occasion of the big announcement, however, the opening film has yet to be revealed. But we do know that Reese Witherspoon will most likely be in Toronto, as she has two films premiering; The Good Lie, and Wild, both directed ...
Crucifix discovered 400 years later in Newfoundland
A tiny crucifix is a big discovery in Newfoudland, as Anna Sparrow is learning.
The undergraduate student at Memorial University, in St. John's, Newfoundland, made the discovery in early July. At Ferryland site, on the Avalon Peninsula, she had spent hours sifting through the dirt finding many pieces of broken pottery and glass.