Celebrating Father’s Day is an old tradition that can be traced back to the middle ages of Europe. The tradition carried over to North America, in the early twentieth century, where it was implemented on the third Sunday of June to complement Mother’s Day. Yet, it did not become an official holiday in the U.S. … Read More »
Commonly referred to as the May two-four long weekend, Victoria Day and National Patriots’ Day heralds the unofficial start of summer, as it is the first long weekend of the year with warmer weather. For many of us, it’s the first opportunity to head out to the cottage, play a round of Golf, or even … Read More »
Easter is both a religious and cultural celebration that has been celebrated for centuries across the globe. In North America, Easter is also synonymous with the arrival of spring; the legend of the Easter Bunny is thought to have originated as early as the 19th century and served as a symbol of new life and … Read More »
Deck the halls with boughs of holly…
It’s the holiday season again and with everyone everywhere winding up operations to close the year on a big note, it’s time to have your annual office holiday party!
Here are some tips to help you survive:
Do Engage With Everyone.
At the holiday party, you won’t just be seeing your coworkers … Read More »
It’s just a few more days till our national Canada long weekend and to celebrate I gathered up some proudly Canadian facts that will make you laugh. Enjoy!