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Learning as she goes by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Learning as she goes  by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Showing up somewhere new is, for most, intimidating. Like the first day of school way back when, there is that inherent feeling of the need to run in the opposite…

From another era: Luskville electrician retires after 60 years by Caleb Nickerson

From another era: Luskville electrician retires after 60 years  by Caleb Nickerson

In Canada today, it seems that nearly everything is migrating into the digital realm. From banking to news, vehicles and appliances, there’s always a process to be automated or a…

Ken Pack: the eye of the Tiger by Caleb Nickerson

Ken Pack: the eye of the Tiger by Caleb Nickerson

Ken Pack has a passion for breaking new ground. From his early years at the head offices of Giant Tiger to owning and operating his own franchise, Pack has had…

Celebrating 100 years and counting by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Celebrating 100 years and counting  by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

  Birthdays come but once a year and most do not get a chance to celebrate 100 of them, but for a popular establishment in Thorne helping to keep the…

Groomin’ shrooms: Local farm shows off fabulous fungi

Groomin’ shrooms: Local farm shows off fabulous fungi

Photos and story by CALEB NICKERSON When most people think of sustainable, organic agriculture, they usually think of fruit and veggie stalls at the local farmers’ market, or a stand…

I had more fun watching the Royal Wedding than I’d like to admit by CALEB NICKERSON

I had more fun watching the Royal Wedding than I’d like to admit   by CALEB NICKERSON

  Before most people rose from their beds on Saturday, I, along with thousands of other peasants across the Commonwealth, witnessed the union of an American actress and the Queen’s…