Editorials

Remembering the “Olden Days”

Recently, my son who is in grade 4 has begun to ask me questions about what it was like in...
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The Healing Power of Sunscreen

By: Emma Johnston I’m not blaming the giant batch of chocolate chip cookies I made, but for some strange reason...
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Editorials

Not Perfect, but Ours!

By: Emma Johnston It doesn’t take a genius to identify the cons of living in a village. From the lack...
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A True Farm Girl

By: Emma Johnston My family moved to Burford when I was 6 years old. I grew up on a 3...
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I’m Gonna Miss This

By: Emma Johnston The other morning as the clock crept closer to 6:00am I sat at my kitchen table grumpily...
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Play like a Pirate

By: Emma Johnston “Why do we work?” my dad asked me this the other day as I sat drinking a...
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Challenge Accepted

There’s a popular television show where one of the main characters accepts challenges that weren’t necessarily proposed. He hears the...
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News

Building Edible House

Since 2004, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Elementary School has been running their Gingerbread House Program. This event was initiated thirteen years...
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Editorials

Better Call Grandpa

By: Emma Johnston The other day my daughter sat me down for a little chat. She was quite disappointed with...
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Editorials

Not the What but the Who

We all know about Mrs. Claus. That faithful partner of Santa. The one, somewhat pushed to the side in stories...
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