Foraging in a Boreal Forest

“The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.” – Ralph Waldo Emmerson

Runner Natalie Lehto

I had a chance to chat with Natalie Lehto, marathon runner, fitness and lifestyle coach, and author of “Like the Glide of a Dragonfly”, a book about psychological trauma and healing written after

Everything old is new

Planes, trains and automobiles. Oh yes, don’t forget streetcars, icebreakers and Hawker Hurricanes.

Fort William Country Club 100th Anniversary

It was one hundred years ago this summer that a headline in the August 21st, 1923 edition of the Daily Times-Journal announced that Fort William was to have its own Golf and Country Club.

He's got it covered!

The word ‘upholstery’ comes from the Middle English word ‘upholder,’ and refers to an artisan who held up, (or upheld) the tapestries on castle walls in Europe.

Recognizing the humanity of nurses

“My name is Kayeleigh. I have worked as a Registered Nurse in Northwestern Ontario for over 13 years now with a background in surgical and renal.


Earlier this year the Conference Board of Canada updated it’s economic outlook for Thunder Bay, predicting that the $1.2 billion dollar jail project off Highway 61 “will electrify” the local econom

Fitness for new moms, pottery and an alcohol-free meeting place Local entrepreneurs bring us new ideas and creations

Oakenfold Strength and Training

Jason Feller and Mariano Sequeira

When I stopped by to interview Jason Feller and Mariano Sequeira at their large character house, I was met with a large science exhibit in the middle of the living room.

In praise of the paper carrier

Before I was born, my dad, Archie Angus, held one of the favourite jobs of his life – that of the Circulation Manager of the Fort William Times Journal newspaper in the 1940’s. I was born in 1957.


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