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My night at the movies

Posted on October 14, 2021

Armed with a tip, I headed towards the Trans-Canada Highway intersection on Friday evening, wondering what lay ahead of me. According to my source, a… Read More »

Learning to pinch the baby

Posted on February 12, 2021

By Marcus Day Pinch the baby, pinch the baby …” I kept muttering these words to myself as I folded scores of brown paper bags… Read More »

A new year, a new town, a new adventure

Posted on January 15, 2021

By Jamie Rieger, managing editor Well, 2020 was definitely a year of changes for many of us. Some would call it a roller coaster ride,… Read More »

Tommy Prince — First Nations Second World War hero

Posted on November 10, 2020

Dear Editor: One of 11 First Nations children, Tommy Prince was born in a canvas tent on a cold day Oct. 25, 1915 to Henry… Read More »

Raising teens is almost an invasion of the body snatchers scenario

Posted on October 9, 2020

By Stan Ashbee Teenagers are a unique beast — they’re cunning, sometimes territorial, and can be unbearable, at times. But, we learn to cope with,… Read More »

Disturbing trends are afoot

Posted on September 17, 2020

Keep on keepin' on — Stan Ashbee In the time of COVID-19, common sense should prevail — shouldn’t it? As a parent, especially during this… Read More »

Communities need their newspapers, and newspapers need their community

Posted on April 14, 2020

Adapted by Steve Nixon from an article by Judy Patrick, NYPA From afar, the COVID-19 pandemic is generating news of such terrifying magnitude that it… Read More »

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