28 Oct
Opinion | Wellness & Healthy Aging

You can’t imagine tomorrow

What will tomorrow bring?

If you’re reading this, at least a few things can be assured.

Probably snow, a little bit of sun if we’re lucky and the Maple Leafs won’t be doing well.

A wise man once said that all we’re guaranteed...

6 Oct
Opinion

How to wake up

I’m a black coffee kind of guy.

I remember being quite a bit younger and my gruff grandpa asking me if I’d like some coffee with my cream and sugar when I first started drinking the stuff, trying to drown out...

10 Aug
Opinion

Our most precious water

Water, without a doubt, is the most important element on our planet. It is transparent, has no taste and is made up of the most abundant elements in our universe. Two Hydrogen molecules and one Oxygen molecule join together to...

10 Jul
Opinion

What I learned from Zoom

I remember back in March when I was approached by Kerby Centre about taking my yoga classes online. At that time, I really wasn’t sure how I felt about that, as I’ve only ever conducted classes in person, and I...

24 Jun
Opinion

Learning the language of cats

I have always been a dog person.

There are fond memories in my mind of my grandma’s Doberman Pinscher — Czar — who, without fail, would take the spot beside my toddling form in a protective stance whenever a stranger was...

12 May
Opinion

Being brave when it counts

When I was a kid, I was terrified of quicksand.

In all the old adventure stories and serials I’d read and listen to, there’s always a moment when the hero takes one wrong move and their fate is almost sealed. They’re...

7 Apr
Lou Lamy
Featured | Opinion

Lou Lamy and 1st Canadian Parachutes

Lucien “Lou” Lamy was born in northern Manitoba in 1925. He served in the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in World War Two. Every year, his group of former paratroopers would meet on the anniversary of D-Day in June to commemorate...