Switzerlands best kept secret

Switzerland, that landlocked country in central Europe, is famous for its mountains, its cheese and its watches – the entire country runs like a Swiss watch.

My app named Harry

It has been quite a while since I shopped for winter clothing.

Taking pause

We are certainly living in strange days.

Victoria Shaffer

The daughter of one of Thunder Bay’s favourite sons received a great deal of notoriety recently when she turned some recent negative life events into something good.

The rainbow connection

I recently caught up with Cherie Kok, Executive Director of Hospice Northwest.

A natural made bachelor party

When George Comuzzi was thinking of planning a memorable experience to recognize his upcoming nuptuals, he took inspiration from the tales his father had told him over the years of canoe trips in Q

Growers adapt in big ways

When one door is closed, another one always opens.

This seems to be the perfect adage for Jodi and Kevin Belluz of Belluz Farms since the Covid pandemic hit in early spring.

The HMCS Port Arthur

On September 1st, 1939 the world went to war for the second time in fifty years when Germany invaded Poland. This would lead to Canada declaring war on Germany on September 10th.

Marley in the Mountain

Hiking is a part of life for many Thunder Bay families, and with the Nor’wester Mountains an integral part of our local landscape, mountain hikes are a natural part of summer enjoyment.

Life is better with a good cup of tea

“It isn’t what we say or think that defines us, but what we do.” ― Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility

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