It has now been five or six years since I wrote a series of twenty four essays on the subject of Atonement. Upon completion of that year-long project, I was satisfied that I had done my homework as best as I could at the time.
Some plants when you first lay eyes on them in the greenhouse leave something to be desired.
The Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) windmill, our signature building, is a replica of the largest of four windmills built in the Steinbach area in the years 1876 to 1878.
Earlier this month, I was pleased to co-second Bill C-294. Bill C-294 An Act to amend the Telecommunications Act (suicide prevention) is the passion project of my Conservative Colleague MP Todd Doherty.
Canada’s federal system of government, broken up into provinces and territories, and further divided into municipal levels of government, can at times seem pretty ununified.
The ruins of ancient civilizations, the structures these civilizations built, are magnificent.
Whatever the name is, this tree needs a little promotion. It’s not uncommon to name plants after their breeders. It’s a good way to honour people.
In last week’s post I shared a personal story about how our backgrounds can bias us to emphasizing certain parts of history and downplaying others.