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Mar 16

From My Bookshelf: The Marrow Thieves

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By Lynn Willoughby The Marrow Thieves ~ Cherie Dimaline This book was a Canada Reads choice in 2018.  It is classified as a young adult book but I enjoyed it a lot, after it had been recommended to me – twice. The Indigenous people of North America are being hunted in order to harvest their […]

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Mar 12

Jody Wilson-Raybould’s Deeply Canadian Courage

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The former minister has demonstrated quality we should all be proud of. And the system shows it can deal with such honesty By Peter Stockland Senior writer Cardus I can’t remember feeling more proud to be Canadian than I have since Jody Wilson-Raybould began speaking to the House of Commons justice committee (last month). As […]

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Mar 11

Planet Waves Horoscopes: March 11 – 18, 2019

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By Eric Francis ARIES — You may feel like you have to take everything as slowly and as carefully as if you’re walking through a minefield. Actually your situation is not nearly so dangerous, and you have a considerable margin of safety — if you make sure to filter out anger as a motive for […]

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Mar 04

Planet Waves Horoscopes: March 4 – 11, 2019

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By Eric Francis ARIES — Chiron newly in your sign will take a surge of energy from Uranus entering your neighboring sign Taurus. These transits are directly related, as the two planets are traveling in parallel over a long phase of time — about 18 years (depending on what orb you use). Chiron is directing […]

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Mar 02

From My Bookshelf: Trains and Lovers

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By Lynn Willoughby Trains and Lovers ~ Alexander McCall Smith This very prolific writer has successfully published another great little book.  At under 250 pages I was totally engaged in the lives of the four people sitting together on a train travelling from Edinburgh to London, and how love touched their lives in very different […]

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Feb 16

From My Bookshelf: One Good Thing

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By Lynn Willoughby One Good Thing ~ Rebecca Hendry If you have spent any time in Yellowknife, you will love this book.  It is told through the eyes of twelve year old Delilah, whose father has been living in the north for some time.  Annie, Delilah’s troubled, flighty, arty, hippy mother, decides they will join […]

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