One of the many reasons I write a food column is to inspire you to get into the kitchen; to embrace the opportunity to unleash gastronomic adventures in your home. One other reason of great importance is to hopefully make things easier for you through different tricks, tips, and time […]

It was an unexpected email, with a speech from the International Concussion Summit, on May 2 in Niagara Falls, sent to me that afternoon by the person who delivered it. Ken Dryden. If you regularly read this column (the right answer is yes), and if your memory is exceptional, you […]

After spending the winter in the southern U.S., chasing my fishing pursuits, it was nice to get home last week and catch the opening weekend of walleye fishing across Northwest Ontario. Growing up, like many of you, the third weekend in May usually revolved around trying to catch a few […]

It’s inspirational to hear somebody like 54-year-old Milt Stegall say he’s making a comeback. It’s also delusional. He reported to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ rookie camp last week to show that he still has it, inspiring people his age and older — football players or not, athletes or not — […]

Life Coach’s Corner By Liz Adam
Special to the Times

“Spring cleaning is a chance to hit the reset button on your life.” Author unknown The phrase “spring cleaning” may make you feel fresh and invigorated by the thought of cleaning something that’s been bugging you. Or, the thought of spring cleaning may turn you off entirely and feel like […]

The fifth stop of the Bassmaster Elite Series took place this past weekend at Lake Murray, South Carolina. It was a return visit to this lake for the second year in a row, though it was a month later than when we were there last year. I didn’t have a […]