Edison “Snake” Hedley, the island’s unofficial and all-knowing Soup Bowl historian, is a national treasure. Most mornings, you can find him standing cliffside, gazing down at the break he’s surfed for nearly all of his 58 years. “We’d paddle out on old sheets of plywood, and when the tide came up, it looked like boiling soup,” he explains. “That’s where the name came from.”
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GE Monogram presents the Chefs Series
Go behind the scenes with some of Canada’s top chefs. This month, Amanda Cohen on her vegetable restaurant, Dirt Candy.
Air Canada enRoute Film Festival
We’ve officially selected the films for the 2014 Air Canada enRoute Film Festival! Vote for your favourite now.