As journalists, we have thick skin. It’s necessary in this line of work; it is our job to ask questions, sometimes tough and uncomfortable, in an effort to tell a complete, factual story.
Since the pandemic began, germs have become a top-of-mind concern for many Canadians. Common symptoms we might have ignored pre-pandemic – like a sore throat, sniffles or cough – are no longer simply a minor nuisance.
“The Voice that spoke chaos into order, speaks to us. He calls chaos into order into each of our own lives. We live in a world that confuses us and distracts us. We fill our lives with clutter and focus our attention on things that tell us they will bring full life, but never can fulfill it” (Projec
Assassinating Thomson was nothing like I had expected. Obviously, the title leads the audience in the direction of a murder mystery, which in a way it was. However, I find myself classifying this show as a mix of stand-up comedy, with a murder mystery undertone, but also an art class.
Voting in the 44th federal election is now over.
Get your $5 weekly tickets for Walkerton’s Catch the Ace while they last! Don’t miss out on a chance to be the big winner; the jackpot should be about $16,500 this Sunday. Sherry Siegfried of Formosa won the $756 weekly prize when her lucky ticket was drawn last week. She chose envelope No. 21, whic
I’m sure it was the same for many if not everyone, but 2020 seemed to drag on forever. The primary reason why goes without saying at this point.
In a recent column, I explained what I am doing to slow down my progress from Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) to a worse dementia. I am trying to follow my own recommendations but adhering to my “Seven Pillars to a Good Life” is easier said than done. Apparently, my disease is called a Neurodegenera
I had a moment recently where I realized that I am old.
If you have had enough of pandemic life, and you’re ready to mock it, you need to see Blyth Festival’s original show Chase the Ace.
There is no doubt our society has had a lesson from the pandemic. It has revealed societies’ structural problems. We have encountered issues of poverty, racism, abuse of power, health care, and housing problems. The list goes on.
One of the aspects I enjoy most about the Village is when volunteers share with me a moment they have experienced with a community member. Most often, these moments have impacted the volunteer and presented a rare opportunity to be present with someone and to see life through that person’s lens.
While the major political parties have been busy trying to promise their way into government, sadly no one is talking about the most important economic issue facing Canada today, a severe shortage of labour. It does not matter what industry – white collar, blue collar, or jobs where you don’t need a