Neil Ellis

Crumbs from the table

The are a variety of stories that have dominated the news cycle over the past week. Reports of violence, attacks in Manchester, London and Paris. All kinds of political opinion pieces from every perspective, information about investing and the rising house prices in major urban centers. Articles about indigenous affairs, which as Canada celebrates

Don Aitchison

Remembering the Loyalists

This past Sunday, I took a drive down through lovely Prince Edward County to Glenora, where I caught the ferry to Adolphustown and attended the annual church service to commemorate the landing of the first Loyalist settlers in Upper Canada on June 16, 1784.

Grahame Woods

This is Cobourg?

It’s a memory etched on my consciousness ... standing at the very end of a Canadian Pacific train looking out at the disappearing Quebec winter landscape, the train causing powdered, backlit snow to blow and gently drift onto tall, disappearing blue spruces and swaying pines, a perfect Canadian landscape framed by the train’s window.