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Running, Riding, & Rush

The path ahead might be murky, but the path is clear when you follow your footsteps backward.

Celebrity spotlight

Turn up the bass

Guitarists generally get all of the attention, but as the lead singer and bassist of Rush, Geddy Lee put his four-string Fender front and center. In addition to his musical prowess, the Ontario-native and his bandmates were named officers of the Order of Canada in 1996.

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A jealous on-looker

"My maternal grandmother and aunts would hold a family party every year on Boxing Day. I’m the little girl in the middle of the picture, aged about 6. My uncles organized games, we played charades and had a sing-song. It’s so good to relive those times with happy memories of my childhood, and I’m so thankful my mother loved to take so many photos!"

Photo source: Photomyne user Margaret Conrad

The way we were

Off to the races

Only two things can turn a public crowd into the 100-meter dash - an unseen disaster or Ben and Jerry's Free Cone Day.

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Blast from the past

Giddy-up

Good dads wear plenty of hats for the smiles of their kids. That being said, there are some things they wish would forever be forgotten.

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