Nancy Angus

Nancy Angus is a freelance writer and regular contributor to Bayview. Contact her at

Recent Articles

Coping and Connecting

I was at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery. It was Thursday, March 12, 2020.

Jann Starr shines bright

On a recent winter’s day, after digging my car out of the snow, I headed across town to meet up with Jan Starr.

For Laurie Chandler - Home is Where the Heart Is

Visual artist Laura (Laurie) Chandler met me in her mother’s comfortable apartment in Thunder Bay.

Travelling snapshots

Earlier this summer, my husband and I visited with some family members who had recently moved to a beautiful spot on Lake Superior.

Have camera, will travel

Lois Nuttall captures and shares what she sees around her. Using her camera as a pen, Lois tells the stories of Northwestern Ontario’s people and places.

Writing what you love

In 1967, Alan Wade borrowed $100 from his grandmother, packed up his ’64 Austin and made the move from Welland, Ontario to Fort William for a history teaching job at Westgate Collegiate.

Making movement matter

It was one of the coldest January mornings at -32C but that didn’t stop the Rock Steady Boxing participants from making their way to the gym.

Making the miles matter

No matter how you keep track - miles, kilometres, or steps - Eli Jacko has covered lots of ground. He is a tireless community leader who inspires others with his positive actions.

Cycling's dynamic duo

On a warm Wednesday evening I drove my car to meet up with Kate Tinkler and Pam Dawes at the mustering point for their Women on Wheels (WOW) cycling group.

Inspiration at the wheel

I can still remember that road trip. Anna Grenier picked me up in her 1988 Mercury Cougar, to drive down to an international volunteer management conference in Minneapolis back in the 1990’s.


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