Mayor Don Atchison has won the war on Christmas with the announcement that the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission has thrown out the complaint over “Merry Christmas!” being electronically displayed on public buses.
Braving the crowds of shoppers during the holiday season is always a challenge, but choosing gifts to buy for loved ones can be worse. Luckily, there are number of ways to still get that person something special without breaking a sweat — or the bank.
Tis’ the season to be giving, but is commercialized gift-giving really worth our time?
Longing for a cure for those exam panic attacks? Or perhaps just a change of scenery that doesn’t involve oppressively fluorescent library lighting or coffee-stained textbook pages? Look no further, there is a number of great holiday events to take your mind off the stress.
The mall is truly an enchanting place this time of year. There, you can hear the stylings of holiday music goddess Mariah Carey while maxing out your credit cards. Why would you do such a thing? In order to please your loved ones with over-priced gifts, of course!
I woke up in Lima, Peru on Christmas Eve and knew little more than five Spanish phrases — most of which were incomprehensible because of my shabby pronunciation. The following morning, however, I became a bit more optimistic. I downloaded a translation application for my iPhone and knew that this would help me become fluent
It’s sad but true: there aren’t a lot of Christmas video games out there. Sure, you can dig out your PS2 game adaptation of The Nightmare Before Christmas or load up a holiday-based texture pack in Minecraft or Team Fortress 2, but there’s not a lot else that may be common knowledge (or any good).
With Christmas soon upon us, I have been trying to come up with some ideas to make the season more affordable while simultaneously developing strategies to avoid the mall. In order to save time, money and add a personal touch to gifting this year, here are some options for cost-effective gift and decoration ideas.
On Christmas Day this year, millions of Christians will celebrate the birth of God’s son Jesus Christ. Many secularists will also observe their own Christmas traditions: spending lavishly, earning holiday pay, cutting down trees and hanging coloured light bulbs. Others still will regard the season with disdain because they are either not fans of its
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