A crew of pre-trained and experienced summer students have been recalled to maintain the town’s cemeteries.
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He’s a man’s best friend. But for now he has to be content with fleeting cuddles.
Not all U.S. plates spell trouble.
Canada is turning 153 years old tomorrow, but it’s never had a birthday bash like this before. This Canada Day won’t be like any other - no fireworks, or family events at the Point. It’s true it will look different, but all our favourite things will be there for us next year.
Letters to the editor have been a venue of civil discourse for hundreds of years. They’re the precursor of internet chat rooms and comments sections, and an important part of the service newspapers provide.
Frustration has taken root over the condition of the Fort Frances cemeteries. But the problem is on the radar, and solutions are in the works.
Jamie Pryde’s life has followed a different path - one that’s led him around the world and back again. Along the way, he found himself, piece by piece, and has returned complete and confident.
Pryde is many things: a business owner, partner, son. He’s also a member of the LGBT community. Like so many who grew up gay, things weren’t easy for Pryde.
The Family of Brian and Diane Major, above, was lost in a house fire on Sunday afternoon. They were forced to flee without shoes and just the clothes on their backs. The house, right, was destroyed in just 20 minutes. The family has been overwhelmed by the generosity of the community. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help them rebuild.
The family is safe, but their lives are forever changed.
On Sunday afternoon, the home of Brian and Diane Major of Morson filled silently with thick, black smoke. It took only 20 minutes for the home to be reduced to ash. In that 20 minutes, the family lost everything - except their lives.