Donna White

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


Recent Articles

Celebrating cultures, one recipe at a time

This season’s Round Table recipe brings us to the Caribbean island of Aruba, where Astaria Croes learned how to cook Pastechi from her Godmother’s mother, Julia Werleman Vrolijk.

Mindful Makers Collective

While food and drink are the sustenance for our body, art is what sustains the soul and the heart.

Glen Darlow: Man's best friend's best friend

If you have a rescue dog, chances are you’ve heard of Glen Darlow.

Non-profit organizations versus the Covid pandemic

Before the word “Covid” became a household name, non-profit organizations always struggled to meet their clients needs. Covid only made it harder.

Meeting new expectations

Since the Covid pandemic, many businesses in Thunder Bay have upped their on-line presence or created one.

Warmth in the time of COVID

That first winter in the New World must have been a harrowing one for the people settling Ste. Croix Island in 1606.

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.

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