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Archives for February 2011
Kevin Aschenbrenner discovers the Catholic tradition of observing Lent contains wisdom that is key to breaking bad habits and creating new, positive ones.
The tiny community of Fort Fitzgerald in northern Alberta went from boom to bust. But members of the Smith’s Landing First Nation are keeping alive the place where their ancestors are buried.
With the sound track of a Joni Mitchell song on his mind, a runner thinks about leaving for home after a marathon.
Avid reader Christine Shaw Roome compares the feeling of reading an ebook to the experience of reading a traditional book. And the winner is…
Sandra and John Nowlan boarded the luxury ship Crystal Symphony for its Classical Music tour of several Baltic ports, including a three-day sojourn in St. Petersburg, Russia. On board were several classical music greats.
Kerry Slavens interviews Michael Lebowitz — runner, photographer, diner philosopher and author of the diary series “Tarmac Meditations”.
It’s difficult and rare for most people to appropriately “be there” for another person in distress. Steve Goldberg offers some key tips come to mind for being more helpful towards another during challenging times.
In France, it seems there’s a saint for everything, each with his or her own special day. There’s even a new saint — inaugurated by Julia McLean and her best friend Marie-Claude— who watches over special birthdays and ageing bosoms.
George Burden details his exciting adventure along the coast of Nova Scotia aboard a three masted barquentine, the Caledonia.