Author Archives: Kathy Buckworth



Kathy Buckworth

Kathy Buckworth is a writer, personality and host who lives in Toronto, Canada. She is a major press contributor, the author of 6 books, and is an international travel writer.

Why 10km Runs Are So Much More Than The Running
in Events, Family, Health, Kids, Life, Lifestyle

Why 10km Runs Are So Much More Than The Running

On September 23rd, myself, my husband and my son-in-law will be lacing up our runners to take part in the Global Energy Race by Dempster’s at Ashbridges Bay Park in Toronto. This run benefits the North York Harvest Food Bank – so for every KM completed by participants, Dempster’s will donate 2 slices of bread. The Global Energy Race is held consecutively on the same...

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15 Aug 2018
Man playing a computer games
in Family, Kids, Life, Lifestyle, Post City

Fortnite…..forever?

To me “fortnight” brings up memories of spending two weeks in England with my relatives. No, we weren’t running around shooting digital enemies, but hobbling on pebbly beaches for the period of time Brits have long called a fortnight. Today’s “Fortnite” is something quite different. It’s at its base it is a third person shooter game, but it also has dancing (The Floss) and strategy,...

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26 Jul 2018
Motherhood: a never-ending waiting game
in Family, Lifestyle

Motherhood: a never-ending waiting game

If patience is a virtue, then moms must be the most virtuous people on the planet. We are rewarded somewhat for our patience on Mother’s Day, when our children are (supposedly) thanking us for everything we’ve done during the previous year with a bit of burnt toast, lukewarm coffee and a wilted flower. And we love it. They thank us for being “THE WORLD’S BEST...

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10 May 2018
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