Monthly Archives: July 2008

Newton Concerns Parroted in Yet Another Letter From One of My Readers

And on the heels of the recent death and police incident at the Newton Bus Loop, today I received yet another letter from a concerned resident of the area. Derek also feels that the recently announced Newton plan is lacking, … Continue reading

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Bits and Bites Thursday July 3rd

An unexpected but fantastic benefit to feeding an infant at 3am, popped up in the form of a spectacular lightening storm last night. Wow!!  Every other minute, for at least 45 minutes, brilliant streaks lit up angry clouds, heralded by earth-shattering … Continue reading

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What it Means to be Canadian

Happy Canada Day! Thousands of us will be no doubt be spending the day wandering around fair grounds, red maple leafs painted on our faces, eating watermelon, swaying to music, getting sunburned. For far too many Canadians, and an entirely … Continue reading

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