By Frank Kermit ND, Relationships There are times when individuals stay with partners who do not want to get more serious. This situation happens when one person, for whatever.
Hollywood Said No! by Bob Odenkirk and David Cross with Brian Posehn (Grand Central Publishing, $19) By: Stuart Nulman I have to admit, when I first saw “Hollywood.
By: Donna Byrne In a world that doesn’t rest and the dirty word “Stress” is now a part of everyday language, I have been increasingly interested in understanding what stress.
By: Lama Farran We are all familiar, to varying extents, with the Law of Attraction. To summarize it in one simple sentence, this law states that “You attract what you.
Movie Review by Sergio Martinez On November 22, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas, an event that left in shock not only the United States but.
On Saturday September 21st, over 60 enthusiastic Dorval Scouters and their families volunteered their time to participate in The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. This cleanup covered all the public shoreline.
WALL OF RECOGNITION UNVEILED AT JOHN ABBOTT COLLEGE Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – October 1, 2013 – The wall of recognition honouring major donors to the Building Futures Capital Campaign was unveiled today.
The Inner Fire by Jade Horner-Chinappi There lies in all of us an imaginary creature that protects our soul and reminds us of our voice. Visually they can be imagined.
Capitol Theatre by Dick Nieuwendyk The Capitol opened on 2nd April, 1921 for the Famous Players. The opening programme had Cecil B. DeMilles motion picture “Forbidden Fruit” as the main.
Lac-Mégantic Benefit Concert for Victims to be held in Pointe-Claire by John Symon The “Concert for Lac-Mégantic” will take place on Saturday, October 12 at Le Pionnier in Pointe-Claire. All.