Donna White

Donna White is an accomplished author and Jubilee Medal winner for her volunteer work with World Vision. Visit her website at

Recent Articles

Growers adapt in big ways

When one door is closed, another one always opens.

This seems to be the perfect adage for Jodi and Kevin Belluz of Belluz Farms since the Covid pandemic hit in early spring.

What to do? What to do?

Thunder Bay responded to the pandemic this spring and summer with colour and style.

Yes, You Can, Can Great tips on doing your own preserves

Long before the phrases “Hundred Mile Diet” and “Eat Local” became popular, Diana Bockus was doing it all.

Making Miracles Happen – Healing Through Horses The amazing work of the Thunder Bay Therapeutic Riding Association

When I asked Al Cheetham of the Thunder Bay Therapeutic Riding Association if there were any special stories he wanted to share with Bayview about the people and the horses at the farm, there was a

Opening up for love

I must admit that when I began searching through the various dog rescue websites late winter, I was a little hesitant.

A bird's best friend

Animals are Jenn Salo’s lifeline.

Sleigh Bells Ring, Are You Listening?

Most people like to wax-poetic when it comes to describing our winters here in Northwestern Ontario, but we all know poetry only takes us so far.

Ants to Dinosaurs: the sky’s the limit!

Although many Thunder Bayers may not officially know Michael O’Connor they certainly know his art.


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