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Public support runs high for sidelining violence in hockey, poll finds

Public support runs high for sidelining violence in hockey, poll finds

Bans on fighting, head shots in pro hockey have approval of majority of Canadians, survey finds.
Government-induced competition rarely works

Government-induced competition rarely works

The U.S. government has created a program to increase competition in meat-packing. It will result in easy political points but it won’t work
And the plows came by

And the plows came by

Linda's Lines: Isolation has it's perks when snow is piled high
The gift of casting

The gift of casting

Linda's Lines: Under the Tree Part 5
Even the wisest people have their blind spots

Even the wisest people have their blind spots

Neighbourly Advice According to Ed: We may live out our lives in our own wisdom instead of God’s
AAS Winners offer gardeners reliable new varieties of plants

AAS Winners offer gardeners reliable new varieties of plants

Hanbidge on Horticulture: All America Selections for 2022 Part I
Is it just me?

Is it just me?

Prairie Wool: Adventures in an "exceptional" vehicle
In 2022, God has good works for us to do

In 2022, God has good works for us to do

Neighbourly Advice According to Ed: God is the creator and sustainer of all that’s visible and invisible
A look back at the 2021 box office

A look back at the 2021 box office

Cairns on Cinema: A look at the year of domination by Spider-Man: No Way Home
Canadians’ views about China, U.S. at a standstill, poll suggests

Canadians’ views about China, U.S. at a standstill, poll suggests

Negative perceptions of China persist while public is divided on Canada’s southern neighbour, survey shows.