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

Education is the gateway to prosperity

Bassie Kargbo remembers every inch of his four-mile walk to school when he lived in Sierra Leone: the rise and fall of the land, the fields where the cattle grazed, and the huts along the way, but

Sharing Thunder Bay's culture, one recipe at a time

Canadians like to borrow from other cultures, and many of our traditions are a mixture of customs from other countries.

This dog has seen it all

I remember the first time I saw Dan and Yakira. I was nearing the Stanley turnoff just before Kakabeka when the traffic slowed.

Larry Bockus - farming with one foot in the past

Larry Bockus believes that it’s always better to keep one foot in the past whenever you move forward into the future.

A new start and a promise to her parents to do the uncommon

When Komal Vijah Shah discovered she’d been accepted into the Health Informatics program at Confederation College here in Thunder Bay, she packed all her belongings, said good-bye to her mother and

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.

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