Often you wonder why tears come into your eyes, and burdens seem to be much more than you can stand; But God is standing near He sees your falling tears, tears are a language God understands. “TEARS ARE A LANGUAGE” by Amy Lambert
The Statute of Westminster is the amongst the most important, but least appreciated, parts of Canada’s constitutional regime. The story of this British Act of Parliament is a distinctly Canadian tale of legal history and politics. It starts in 1929 in London, England, with an odd bit of synchronicity. In October of that year, Britain’s Judicial Com
Hockey news, fashion tips, TV and movie listings, retirement strategies, updates on Celine Dion — all of this information now constitutes local media — at least according to federal Heritage Minister Melanie Joly.This week marked a black spot in the history of Canadian newspapers with the closure of three dozen papers, taking out of circulation thr
When 15,372 scientists from around the world recently issued a dire warning that ongoing destruction of the Earth’s ecosystems is jeopardizing the future of humankind, there were a few retired folks from Chak River Nuclear Laboratories muttering a silent but emphatic “I told you so.”
Basil Borutski as the fourth victim, silently simmering in the glass prisoner box.
Praise for story
There is an old saying “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.” Sometimes this is true, other times, it is not. Very often the background or the story behind the picture is never fully known by those viewing it.Take for instance the murals which grace some of the business buildings along the downtown streets of Pembroke. These pictures are beautifull
It is the one time during any year when we as Canadians from coast to coast pin a flower to the lapel of our garments, on the left side, closest to the heart. In the days preceding, and on this day, Nov. 11, the simple bright red poppy causes us as a nation to remember and reflect on both the valor and the horror of war.
In my last column (Sticking the arson charge on a couple of patsies – The Daily Observer Aug. 19, 2017) I questioned why North Korea’s nuclear program was attracting such attention from the United States. North Korea is a very poor and backwards country whose bellicosity reflects the regime’s need for an external enemy like the United States to gal
Helping build community
Don’t drink too much wine. That cheapens your life.
With the familiar scent of white-tailed deer season in the air, sportsmen everywhere are gearing up for the most anticipated time of year.
The year is 688 A.D.
On Saturdays, a mother, a father, and two young children — a brother and a sister — do this. No matter the weather, they trudge across town to a very special big brick building topped by a tiny steeple.
Wow, what a heat wave. Where was this weather in June, July, and August?
Solitude and personal reflection time are two very rare commodities in our busy worlds.
Thank you for the world so sweet, thank you for the food we eat, thank you for the birds that sing, thank you God for everything.
We have been so very fortunate this fall to have such great weather. It kind of makes it hard to think about winter.
It’s been true of all epochs throughout human history.