Well it’s that time of year again! And for some of our kids they’re doing something for the first time in their lives.
This topic has been written about before – and will likely be again.
Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world
Summer’s end is near and cooler weather is on the way, but the action is just starting to heat-up!
The next Pembroke Area Field Naturalists’ excursion is the Pembroke Marina/Waterfront Walk to be held on Saturday, Aug. 26, at 8 a.m. This is a few days later than the previous year’s excursion, which hopefully will bring better results.
And Jesus said “Come to the waters stand by my side,
Have you read or heard “The Man on the Roof in a Flood” story that circulated on media? Here’s a version to keep you in the loop:
Regardless of what adventure you embark upon this summer your time spent fishing, hunting, riding or RV’ing in the great outdoors is the ultimate reward.
If you’re teeing up this week at the first tee off at the local golf course with visions of breaking your handicap, pause for a moment and listen to some inspiring tales straight from the annals of golfing history.
The quality of teaming in the workplace is becoming a significant competitive advantage for those organizations that do it well.
In spite of the prevailing tendency to conform, we as Christians have a mandate to be nonconformists.
Last night my oldest daughter, Ava, accomplished something I have never done: she graduated from Grade 12. Yes. It’s true. I never did.
Sir John A. Macdonald was not only the country’s first prime minister; he was also the last premier of Canada West, what Ontario was called before Confederation.
Sometimes it’s the little things that upset me about life in a small town. Small town, small mindedness.
Most would agree that domestic abuse is an issue that affects family, friends and the community at large.
It was an incredible week at Algonquin College.
Bass might be the last fishing season to open each year but with a huge following it remains one of the most popular sport fish in Canada.
How old are you? Have you been carded recently? Do you remember life before computers? Can you still read? All these questions and more get asked by the younger generation of us old farts. As I am approaching my 65th birthday I am questioning more and more what age and health means. My ability to think clearly depends on how much sleep I had the day before!
In 1946, Paul Martin had been named the minister of health and welfare. As he was getting acquainted with his new portfolio, a crisis rocked his family.