Those of us who are old enough to remember July 20, 1969 have looked at the moon somewhat differently since then.
It’s been two hundred years in the making: The bicentennial of the arrival of the Selkirk Settlers !
I am not what you would call a world traveler, even in my own region of Canada. But this month I pushed the envelope a little with a rare visit to the near north.
The underlying premise of CHALK 4 Peace might best be summed up in a statement attributed to Mahatma Gandhi in 1937: “There is no way to peace; peace is the way.”
When it comes to questionable inflated hockey salaries, who is at the head of the class? Give yourself a Hershey bar if you said Gary Bettman.
Last week a “Coming Soon” sign was hung from the Weir Hardware building at 666 Main Street next to the Bell Hotel. It is for a new, three-storey commercial building.
When Lindsay Boyd found out her sister is allergic to cats, she was devastated. Since Boyd couldn’t have a cat of her own, she decided to volunteer her time to help animals that need love.
The digital age we live in has produced some very strange research in the field of human behaviour, as well as just plain scams.
Veggie burgers have become more than just simulations of meat burgers, they have very little similarity other than the round shape of the patty.
I attended this year’s Winnipeg Folk Festival with some friends. We really didn’t know what to expect because we were festival “Newbies.”