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I say kubasa, you say kielbassa...
"One thing that messes up spellings is Ukraine has a Cyrillic alphabet as opposed to the Latin or Roman one, the regular English alphabet," Orysia explained. "You have a problem in getting the letters to fit to bring across that pronunciation," she noted.
Edulis: Pleasure bordering on delirium
When they left the city in June of 2008, Michael Caballo and Tobey Nemeth looked, by any measure, like a culinary power couple at the peak of their game.
The many sides of Montreal murder victim Lin Jun
Lin Jun was a gentle soul, the kind of guy who went to see The Smurfs movie in 3D and who posted photographs of his beloved tabby cat and snowy Montreal street scenes for his friends back home in China to see.
Ranking Canada's top 1000 public companies by profit
The Top 1000 rankings in ROB Magazine and this website only provide a limited snapshot of data for the top 1000 companies in Canada.
What the printemps �rable really means
When street actions kicked off in February, the news filtered through to the rest of Canada in brief hits and with little context: Perhaps you heard something about pepper spray and riot police, a stock exchange surrounded, a vital bridge shut down in ...
Why do we insist that coupling up is better than staying single?
More of us are choosing to stay single and live alone than ever before. So why does couple culture still dominate? This is the question Michael Cobb, an English professor at the University of Toronto, has set out to answer with his new book Single ...
Seven smart ways to keep the cottage in the family
My son, Win, read a recent article I wrote about the family cottage. When he found out that my wife and I plan to transfer the property to the kids while we're still alive, he pestered me to tell him exactly when that will be.
Why do so many Canadians see ethnic enclaves as a threat?
Every week at the CBC I hear a lot of stories on the radio program I host. This week, this one stuck: Lennie Haye recently moved his family to Canada from the Caribbean, because he no longer felt safe in Jamaica.
Alix Ohlin: A writer who should be famous
No one can write books like Inside - a novel - and Signs and Wonders - a short-story collection - unless she grew up watching a lot of Ingmar Bergman and Woody Allen films (not a wild guess since Alix Ohlin is the daughter of Peter Ohlin, one of the ...
Translation makes Bible available to Inuktitut speakers
The text, about 577,000 words, is printed in syllabics, the consonant-based alphabet used to write several Aboriginal languages.