I remember the first time I saw a purple shrub I was somewhere between confused and impressed. How different! How unique! Now I can hardly help a customer design their yard now without recommending a purple option in the mix for colour contrast.
February 15-21 was Heritage week in Canada. Here are two great paragraphs from the National Trust of Canada on why to celebrate our places of heritage:
The classic 1976 film All the President’s Men chronicles the Washington Post investigation into the Watergate scandal that would bring down U.S. President Richard Nixon.
Over the past several weeks we have seen a number of services and activities reopen to Manitobans. From retail outlets to personal services such as haircuts to restaurants to outdoor recreation to indoor faith services, there have been reopening’s in many different areas.
It’s all the name isn’t it. You think sweet supreme would be the name of a new cherry or peach. Well unfortunately captivator gooseberry bears the name gooseberry.
At the Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) we are currently developing a ‘MHV and Well-being’ plan which will include community partners, programming, site use and promotion.
Talking about government debt can be difficult to understand. Terms like debt, deficit, GDP, debt to GDP ratio, gross debt vs interest-bearing debt all intermingled with numbers in the hundreds of billions of dollars can make even the most avid financial wonk go cross-eyed.
These days there are many things that we are missing. The pandemic has caused either the cancellation or the alteration of many of the things that we enjoy participating in.
Elon Musk, of Tesla, has just offered $100 million to support the development of a technological solution that will reduce atmospheric CO2. By so doing he is acknowledging and addressing the climate crisis. This must be unsettling news for climate change deniers.