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Ruby McBeth: Upper Halfway memories

Ruby McBeth: Upper Halfway memories

The Fort St. John Seniors Task Force also has some fun events planned
#MomLife: Let them eat dirt!

#MomLife: Let them eat dirt!

This book is a must-read for every parent or parent-to-be
Why skyrocketing natural gas prices power B.C.’s LNG prospects

Why skyrocketing natural gas prices power B.C.’s LNG prospects

It’s worth connecting a few dots here
Judy Kucharuk: What's in a name?

Judy Kucharuk: What's in a name?

Yes, this is a weak attempt to find some levity in the pandemic
Opinion: Post-election road looks rockier for prime minister

Opinion: Post-election road looks rockier for prime minister

Smart Money: Why your kid needs an RESP

Smart Money: Why your kid needs an RESP

You can benefit from a RESP without even needing to put in your own money
John Grady: What! Me needing to change? Not me!

John Grady: What! Me needing to change? Not me!

Who among us does not want true wholeness - true healing – true freedom?
Watt's Happening: Time to vote

Watt's Happening: Time to vote

The Liberals, Conservatives, NDP, and the Greens have all released climate plans for the upcoming election. Let’s have a look
#MomLife: Tackling tantrums

#MomLife: Tackling tantrums

What do you do when they rear their ugly head?
Ruby McBeth: Hymns and songs and a goodbye to an old friend

Ruby McBeth: Hymns and songs and a goodbye to an old friend

Lorne and I attended the funeral for Dick Ardill at the Hudson Hope Cemetery. It was a very peaceful setting and the weather co-operated. Faye Lavallee, an Anglican lay reader and friend of the family, took the service. Tom Cole led the hymns.