As we observed Remembrance Day this year, the spectre of war seems closer than in previous years. The world is closer today to a third world war than at any time since the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.
This Remembrance Day Manitobans will again be able to gather in large numbers to pay their respects to those that have served our nation in the past in support of freedom at home and abroad.
I will praise. I will commend. I will tell. I will meditate. I will proclaim, and I will celebrate. What a way to start the day.
At Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV), we are excited to collaborate with Eastman Tourism when we can. Currently, they are helping our region develop experiential tourism.
“We have cut taxes and made them [Canadians] better off.” These were the (frankly astounding) words of Finance Minister/Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland.
Back in 2017 it seemed like the world was ending at the gas bar at the location of the old Safeway store in Steinbach.
Others tossed some mashed potatoes on a Monet. Some people are even gluing themselves to walls. What is going on?
Farmers are often referred to as “producers”. Wheat producers, canola producers, cattle producers, hog producers, etc.
This past week I had the privilege of attending the Association of Manitoba Museums’ (AMM) annual conference.