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Always have travel insurance if you are leaving Canada.
With winter upon us, I suspect more soups will be eaten around the kitchen table, in front of the TV or out in the bush running a loader.
Just before Nelson Mandela, one of the greatest individuals of our time, passed away, I found a quote from him that almost gave me shivers.
The Salvation Army and the citizens of Williams Lake and area will miss Captain Randy Kadonaga and his wife Claudine.
Cooking for me has always been an extension of my creativity.
There are three words often heard at this time of the year that strike fear into the hearts of fathers everywhere.
Not many more sleeps until we celebrate Christmas.
Ken Wilson talks barbecuing in the winter working with chicken on a variety of barbecue mediums.
The Grey Cup is this Sunday and if you are having friends over there are many food tid-bits you can serve to your pigskin-watching friends.
Who is accountable for the waste of money going to the Aboriginal Child Welfare program in this province?
The poem In Flanders Fields brought the poppy into the forefront of Remembrance Day.
The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy campaign is now underway in Canada.
Columnist Ken Wilson discusses the New Prosperity Mine proposal, Small Business Week, and vandalism.
We are so fortunate in this wonderful country of Canada.
We are so fortunate to live in this wonderful country and now with Thanksgiving this weekend it is time to think about all we have.
The Williams Lake city council has tried hard to engage the community in its annual budget process.
Campbell’s did not invent the tomato soup. It was in 1872 when the soup was first noted.