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Letter: Is job loss justified?

Letter: Is job loss justified?

Writer's intent is not to dissuade people from getting vaccinated, but to not stigmatize those who have concerns about vaccines
Regional divisions hold steady after federal election, poll shows

Regional divisions hold steady after federal election, poll shows

Voter confidence in Doug Ford and Jason Kenney slips further but grows for John Horgan in B.C., survey shows.
Strive to recharge with plant-based activities

Strive to recharge with plant-based activities

Hanbidge on Horticulture: Horticultural Therapy - Part I
The mystery of life: so deep and complete

The mystery of life: so deep and complete

Neighbourly Advice According to Ed: Often, we get focused on what is or isn’t happening and forget about love and hope
The gift of encouragement

The gift of encouragement

Linda's Lines: Under the Tree Part 3
A Different Little Christmas

A Different Little Christmas

Prairie Wool: They waited for Santa, to take him off guard, And hose the elf down with complete disregard
So this is Christmas...

So this is Christmas...

Practicing gratitude amongst another year of life's challenges during the prolonged pandemic
Humboldt ministerial Christmas: First Christmases brings new opportunities

Humboldt ministerial Christmas: First Christmases brings new opportunities

"Every season of change brings opportunities and challenges. This Christmas is not as restricted as last year, and we look forward to the future, not necessarily returning to the ‘way it was’, but embracing new traditions along with the ones from the past." — Pastor Greg Dermody, Humboldt Alliance Church
Christmas contentment

Christmas contentment

Christmas contentment comes in many forms
Humboldt ministerial Christmas: Down in the dirt (A Christmas account)

Humboldt ministerial Christmas: Down in the dirt (A Christmas account)

"No, [the birth of Christ] is not fiction. We have the place: Bethlehem. We have the witnesses: a group of shepherds and some Magi from the East. The manger was just the first step of the plan, but that’s not where it ended. It ended on the cross where the full-grown Jesus paid the price of our sin on the cross." — Pastor Clint Magnus, St. John's Lutheran Church