150? 151?

Here's an article from the CBC: It Says That Last Year was 35 years for Canadian Constitution Act, 300 (13000/1000) years for Indigenous People, 177 years for The Act of Union, 150 years for Confederation of Canada, 18 years for Nunavut separation, 375 years for Montreal. So This Year is 36 years for Canadian Constitution Act, 301 (13001/1001) years for Indigenous People,  178 years for The Act of Union, 151 years for Confederation of Canada,  19 years for Nunavut separation, 376 years for Montreal.


Society geared to Scandinavian Millennials

It seems to me that Our Societies are more geared to Scandinavians ("Hygge and Fika")  and Millenials ("Everything is Geared to Them, Lifestyle, Products Now are Geared to Them") more than our American and Generation Xers, Baby Boomers and the Generations beforehand. We (Generation Zers) will be coming in the future but We're not there yet.

PEI Restaurants Resurgences

There seems to be a lot of resurgences of Restaurants (I.E. Chefs and Many Other People who operated restaurants in the past decades)

The Main Ones for me that I've noticed are Viva la Crêpe (Vivas) and Casa Mia Café (Sirenellas). 

It’s very true that we cherish past moments of our lives. It’s a wonderful life we have: in a glimpse, we are transported to a different time. It’s like life doesn’t stop after we decide it’s enough; we continue our lives. it’s not enough to stop at times of our lives, no matter what conditions we have.