Ottawa accountants got the chance to shed their reputation as cautious, risk-averse beancounters while hosting their popular Grand Casino: Betting Against Cancer charity event.
So much was happening in Canada back in 1918, from our troops returning home from the First World War to most women finally getting the right to vote, federally.
Welch started as a one-person operation in an office off Confederation Square in 1918.
An invite-only crowd of about 200 got a sneak peek at the four-storey-high Christmas tree, in all its glam and glory, during a holiday party hosted Wednesday by the National Gallery of Canada (NGC)
Don't worry, nobody blew their child’s college fund or lost their home at the Welch Grand Casino Night held Wednesday at the Shaw Centre.