I became part of the agriculture industry four years ago. Shortly after, I wrote, “Agriculture: My Journey so far”. It was a reflection on my first six months working in this amazing sector. Despite being new to agriculture I knew I had found where I belonged!
A Liberal Member of Parliament has introduced a private member’s bill to legalize the possession of hard drugs, including heroin, crack cocaine, and meth.
Last week I wrote about how the Mennonite Heritage Village Chortitz housebarn needs some work done on its foundation. Fortunately, the foundation can be fixed and then the central clay oven heating system can be used again!
So, this is a Re-thinking Lifestyles blog post, yes? Why, then, am I writing about soil and farming?
Canada is known, throughout the world, as a place of freedom and opportunity. This reputation has been created because of generations of men and women who have shaped our nation into the country it is today.
I was first introduced to the world of Christian mystics by James Houston in a course he taught on prayer at Regent College in Vancouver in 1993.
Marigolds are some of our flower gardens most trusted flowers. They bloom plentifully, have strong sturdy stems, and are even deer and rabbit repellent. But what secrets do these beautiful flowers hold beyond their resilience and beauty?
What is an animal unit…and why is there a difference between each Rural Municipality in animal units?
Canadian farmers grow and raise quality food for all of us, but some farmers have seen the health of their animals and Canada’s food supply put at risk by activist groups.