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Jan Michael Bourgeois: Music is his vocation

Jan Michael Bourgeois: Music is his vocation

There's a new team in town. With half of an artistic directors partnership having scaled back on commitments, music teacher Jan Michael Bourgeois has joined founder Dianne Gryba as co-director of the Gallery Singers.
Glen Gantefoer, trustee: 'The best years of my life'

Glen Gantefoer, trustee: 'The best years of my life'

While Glen Gantefoer may be looking toward retiring from his day job, that's not the case with his involvement with Light of Christ Catholic Schools as a member of the board of education.
Barry Grant: ‘It’s in him to give’

Barry Grant: ‘It’s in him to give’

Barry Grant has been donating blood since he was 16. As of Tuesday this week, over the last 42 years he has donated 95 times. In another 10 months, he expects to hit the 100 mark.
Chris Hodge: Suffering from a ‘benign addiction’

Chris Hodge: Suffering from a ‘benign addiction’

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Lori and Sadie: Next steps living with dementia

Lori and Sadie: Next steps living with dementia

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Bernadette Leslie: A career in history

Bernadette Leslie: A career in history

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A journey through depression inspires Lady Sings the Blues

A journey through depression inspires Lady Sings the Blues

Lady Sings the Blues. What's that about? It could be that blue is one of quilt artist Heather Hochbaum's favourite colours and that's why she's titled her first solo exhibition after the name of a famous song. But it's much more than that.
Kali Weber: Do what you love

Kali Weber: Do what you love

“Life is about so much more than safety, and doing what’s expected,” says drama teacher Kali Weber. “I don’t want to live a typical or ordinary life.
Cole Knutson: “Every day is a day I look forward to”

Cole Knutson: “Every day is a day I look forward to”

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Putting a human face on a horrible history

Putting a human face on a horrible history

When a Notre Dame teacher read about a Holocaust survivor’s visit to Unity, she felt compelled to bring Eva Olsson’s story of horror and hope to her own community and her own students.