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Roots: 40 Years of Style: To commemorate Roots Canada’s fortieth anniversary, Roots: Forty Years of Style celebrates the company’s rich history and brings together a curated collection of the best and most visually arresting photographs from the Roots archive — many of which have never been seen before.

Roots: 40 Years of Style

Mike Myers = hockey fashion icon. Rocking the kilt. #funny http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/humor-me-comedy-%2B/

Picking The Stanley Cup Playoffs: Prettiest Uniform Edition

Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ottawa & the Thousand Islands. Visit Ottawa's most memorable sites with a guided tour. Visit the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, cruise the St. Lawrence River, Byward Market, Parliament Hill and more. Continental breakfast and 3 dinners are included.

Earlier this year, the price on the blockbuster book, The Girl on the Train, was slashed from $11.99 to $1.99 for one day only. Why? Click through to read why.

The Secret You Need to Know About Ebooks

Get personalized recommendations on bestselling ebooks in genres, handpicked by our editors based on your taste.

Great Canadian Lives: A Cultural History of Modern Canada Through the Art of the Obit  by Sandra Martin June 2014

Great Canadian Lives: Award-winning Globe and Mail journalist Sandra Martin captures the life and times of 50 extraordinary Canadians, whose achievements, follies, and dreams have shaped the country we call home.

Three political leaders presided over the reshaping of the North American continent during the fiery 1860s: Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln and John A. Macdonald. All were Protestants; none came from a wealthy family. Once, such men would not have risen to political heights.  In a high stakes game, these three competed to create viable nation states. And their success or failure would have consequences--not only for the long-term future of the continent but for the entire global order.

Three political leaders presided over the reshaping of the North American continent during the fiery 1860s: Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln and John A. Macdonald. All were Protestants; none came from a wealthy family. Once, such men would not have risen to political heights. In a high stakes game, these three competed to create viable nation states. And their success or failure would have consequences--not only for the long-term future of the continent but for the entire global order.

It's in the Bag and Under the Covers - stories of people with ostomies talking about dating, sex, intimacy and caregiving.

A few words of advice about getting your groove back after surgery. What did you struggle with after your surgery?

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