Cross Continent Cycle for Cancer

July 31, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By ANDREA ARNOLD Imagine you are a college student at the University of Texas in Austin Texas, when someone approaches you and asks you to dedicate the next two years raising money for and spreading […]

Our Home and Chosen Land

June 30, 2019 Arthur Tanga
Eleanor Deckert reflects on the nature of belonging in an adopted country By Eleanor Deckert I didn’t want to lie. So, for many years, I closed my mouth and did not sing the four syllables […]

Remmelg retires after 36 Years

June 24, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By ANDREA ARNOLD In the summer of 1983, Laverne Remmelg (then Clostio) caught a ride to McBride from Prince George with the new McBride Secondary principal Brian Janson. The Janson’s were looking at real estate […]

I remember when: The Bookmarker

June 17, 2019 The Goat
By Joan Nordli In the summer of 1945 – end of WWII – the Price family of Coleman, Crowsnest Pass, AB, ventured off to Banff’s Veterans’ Hospital to visit our Dad, Jack Price. My dad, […]

Eleanor Deckert: many hands in rescue

May 25, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Eleanor Deckert Goofing around in the water is an adventure for every kid in the summertime. Jumping. Daring. Splashing. Flirting. Maybe a bonfire. Maybe skinny dipping. Maybe a rope swing. Shouting and laughing, kids […]