By The Hon. John Reid I recall a meeting with Margaret Sommerville about 2004, then a Professor at McGill University. She told me that the DNA… Read More »That DNA test may not be as reliable as you thought
By Dorothy Dobbie It is really kind of sad when the most popular ad on TV is one that features a person having a relationship… Read More »That little voice in our heads: Can you love yourself too much?
Venture into the Interlake to enjoy a change of pace; slow life down to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. For those with a rural… Read More »A great place for family adventure: Exploring Highway 7
Enterprising indigenous arts leader and job coach running for MLA When Theresa Wride was preparing a piece of caribou hair art for the Queen, it… Read More »Theresa Wride could be Flin Flon’s pride
A funny thing happened on the air a week or so ago. I recounted a story about how CBC on-air personality, Michael Enright, once interviewed me about roses. I extolled the virtues of Morden roses as being the best in Canada for their beauty and hardiness. They will even grow in Zone 2, which in Manitoba would take you as far north as Rankin Inlet!Read More »Michael Enright thinks roses can indicate partisanship