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

A prince and two queens

It’s been quite a year for the Royal Family of Great Britain, with already more than the usual pomp, ceremony and requisite scandal.

The East End - where it all began

When we think back to the origins of Thunder Bay, what first comes to mind are visions of the annual Great Rendezvous where buckskin-clad voyageurs arrived at Fort William paddling their canoes lad

In the mail...

When was the last time you got a letter? For me, it’s been a long time.

Our proud Summer Olympic and Paralympic history

Around this same time last year, I was penning an article about the impact of world events on sport.

Back in the garden...finally!

2020-2021 was the winter of our (Covid) discontent, a cold and isolated and seemingly endless season for many. Did we ever long more eagerly for the warmth of the sun?

Hang Airing out the Laundry, One Clip at a Time

There’s no denying it – there’s something special about the smell of laundry fresh from the line.

Local entrepreneur launches a new line of furniture

You never know where the next big trend in design will come from, but for one local entrepreneur, his Scandinavian inspired furniture line could just be the one.

Superior Sailmakers harness the wind

Hull, masts, rigging, keel. The creak of the timbers, the smell of the sea. And the sails – those glorious sails – catching the wind and snapping in the breeze.

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