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New Zealand’s Blake Skjellerup hopes to represent LGBT community at next Olympic Games. Not many people would look at a broken arm as a fortunate event, but Blake Skjellerup says it “was probably one of the best things that has ever happened to me.”
Skjellerup, a resident of Christchurch... full story
Winter is upon us and no one does the season better than us Canadians. So instead of hibernating this year, consider planning a trip to the nation’s premier winter wonderland – Whistler Blackcomb.
Located about 125 km north of Vancouver, B.C., Whistler Blackcomb is one of North America’s largest resorts. Whistler and Blackcomb are two side-by-side mountains amid the coastal...full story
Austra’s music is frequently described as gothic by both fans and critics. Yes, the Toronto-based electronic band frequently carries a dark bassline and lyrics that reflect the grittier sides of love and loneliness. But at their headlining show in the Phoenix Concert Theatre, you could overhear more than one fan screaming, “She’s an angel!” to lead vocalist... full story
If there’s one word that most people would use to describe Barb
Snelgrove, it’s probably ‘busy’. Snelgrove herself prefers ‘blessed’. The second generation Vancouverite and media professional is well known in the city. “I’m a true-blue west coast girl,” she says. Not only is she fortunate enough to be able to enjoy the temperate climate and fresh ocean breezes, but also she’s also part of...full story
Song and music have always been essential parts of Lorne Gretsinger’s life. The Beamsville, Ontario resident has been active in professional and amateur choirs for many years, and active in their direction for almost as long. He sings for the sheer joy of singing,and for the balance and fulfillment that it brings to his life as a busy school...full story
Twenty-five nations descended on the beautiful city of Antwerp, Belgium for the fifth annual Mr. Gay World competition hosted by the world Outgames. The four-day challenge combined sports, culture and human rights in the competition with various challenges including a sports challenged hosted by the Antwerp Police Academy. The delegates needed to work together in groups of...full story
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