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

The Round Table

“I wonder if we were to settle our differences around a dinner table, enjoying the dishes each culture has to offer, if there would be more content stomachs, less war, and more peace.”

Zach Kruzins: Such a nice day

There is something refreshing about Zack Kruzins.

Rob Farrow: The Roads Less Travelled

Rob Farrow is the ultimate adventurer. Enjoying everything from ship wreck diving to speed skiing and dirt bike racing, Farrow has practically done it all.

The crazy butterfly lady

Jodi Velasquez is the first to admit that her fascination with raising monarch butterflies, is well, a tad over the edge.

From scrap to art

Elaina Roberts of Hamata Creations is not your typical artist.

Our Fine Feathered Friends

Thunder Bay hosts many visitors and guests during the summer months, travellers from all over the world including South America, United States, and Mexico; some in colourful plumage, others in natu

Ode to Tut

For over 14 years, my dog, Tut, has tagged along with me on every trail ride.

Tea time in Tea Bay

There’s nothing like a hot cup of tea to get you going first thing in the morning. It warms everything from your nose to your toes, soothes that raspy cough, and calms the nerves.

Keepers of the mountain

In these ever-changing times, many traditions that were once passed on from one generation to the next, are being forgotten and lost.

Bringing Life to our City The Thunder Bay Horticultural Society

After a winter of white and brown, with moments of blue skies and green fir trees, Thunder Bayers are always eager to see that first dandelion or that hardy crocus peeping through the thawing snow.

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