She was a 70-something, 5-foot something, silver-haired beauty with eyes that could carry on a conversation and a smile that could make a beggar give up his last dime.
Nineteen seventy-seven’s “Bat Out of Hell” is one of the best-selling albums of all time. The singer who made the disc famous, however, insists that it did not debut like, well, a bat out of hell.
Thirty years ago, a Halifax TV producer told Ian Hanomansing a harsh truth: “I’m going to put you on the air,” he told the then-rookie news reader. “For the first 30 seconds, no one is going to pay attention to what you say.”
Many Canadians are looking beyond the northern border for medical care ranging from dental crowns to hip replacement surgery. Their search is often due to frustrations over unbearable wait times, expensive elective procedures, or the desire for a specialized treatment unavailable at home.
Walton won the Stanley Cup with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1967. He was the club’s leading scorer in 1967-68 with 59 points (30 goals, 29 assists, his first full season with the Leafs. Later, he fit well with the Boston Bruins’ prolific scorers led by Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr. He won a second Stanley Cup with the defending cup champion Bruins in 1972
Jazz in Toronto, pop and rock in Burlington, Gay Pride in the Big Smoke, blues and jazz in Orangeville – from now until the fall there are wonderful special events to enjoy every weekend in Ontario - click headline
Whether you are just contemplating dipping your toe into big-time charitable giving or you are Canada’s doughnut king or maybe the double owner of CFL franchises, with tremendous track records of donations, there’s ample incentive to prepare a planned-giving plan for your future - click headline