Wednesday, June 20, 2018


Regular readers might recall that, a few months ago I mentioned my “Canada Through My Eye” blog for the first time in this column space.   Somehow, I got it in my head that I should spend the twelve months of...
When I was in university, I walked into my apartment one night after work and my oldest son, just a baby at the time, was asleep for the night. I was going to school full time and working six...
Part 14: In 1962, the Petit de Grat Red Caps reclaimed the Richmond County Baseball League crown by downing the Tigers of River Bourgeois in three straight games. The members of the championship team were Robbie Fougere, Claude Boudreau,...
Alright, fine. I am on board with Joss Whedon taking a crack at the  Justice League . I wasn’t before, and I even told you good folks how I felt in this column…well, not this exact column because this one...
What people wear and why it matters are not topics in my wheelhouse, but I’m going to talk about them anyway to point out how fads are malleable and, like politics, depend on who’s in power. In other words, a...
The Las Vegas Golden Knights finally have a team, thanks to last week’s expansion draft. I realize teams need to be made up of players and those players don’t just magically appear, particularly for expansion organizations, but there has to...
I went back to L’Ardoise this weekend to say my final “Au revoir” to someone that I mistakenly assumed would be around forever, during the 34 years that I was lucky enough to know her. My relationship with Jane Martell,...
Ephrem Boudreau was born in River Bourgeois in 1905. After his classical studies, he spent three years at agricultural school. Here he earned bachelors’ degrees in arts and agricultural science. He wrote Riviere Bourgeois from which this history is taken...
With summer having arrived here in the local area, people in Port Hawkesbury and Richmond County won’t have to look far in order to take advantage of programs offered by the local municipalities.  The benefits of physical activity are well-documented....
Inverness County Cares (ICC) continues to work on their commitment to raise the $60,000 portion of the $120,000 needed to support the St, Charles Lwanga Secondary School in Nairobi, Kenya for a budget year. Our partner Chalice Canada of...
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