There are times when it becomes obvious to me that some individuals do not understand what’s involved in the operation of a museum like Mennonite Heritage Village.
Take a moment to think about mushrooms. What comes to mind? Do you enjoy eating them sautéed in butter on your barbecued steak?
“A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian.” Those were the words of Justin Trudeau explaining – if you can call it that – why he believed that terrorists should be able to keep their Canadian citizenship.
The year is more than half over. The longest day has come and gone. For a time even here in southern Manitoba we do not technically have night, only astronomical twilight from June 2 to July 11.
Laughter is good for the soul. I hope your soul will be blessed with the following attempts at humour.
All over Manitoba, and indeed from coast to coast in Canada (perhaps the world?), wherever school is out, and summer has set in, kids are heading to camp!
Over the summer, Conservative Members of Parliament will be meeting with workers, businesses, and local labour groups across the country to determine how best to respond to the threat to our economy posed by U.S. tariffs.
Earlier this year, Becky Kornelson told me about the diaries and letters that her late father, Almon Reimer, left for their family to read.
When the weather gets nice, we all get excited to go outside and enjoy the sun. The outdoors becomes an extension of our living space, a place to nap, play, walk, and bike or even enjoy a picnic.