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A day of remembrance

A day of remembrance

Remembrance Day is a memorial day that has been commemorated in commonwealth countries since the official end of the First World War in 1918 to remember those in the armed forces who gave their lives in the line of duty.
Shockwave celebrates 2nd anniversary

Shockwave celebrates 2nd anniversary

The Shockwave Youth group held a supper on Nov. 12, to celebrate the second anniversary of the youth centre. The event featured a pulled pork supper with salad, beverages, and dessert for only five dollars. The supper ran from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Pause for Reflection

There's a Buddhist parable that runs something like this: One day as the Buddha was sitting under a tree, a young, trim soldier walked by, looked at the Buddha, noticed his weight and his fat, and said: "You look like a pig!" The Buddha looked up cal

Watch the birds

Did you know that 462 species of birds are found across Canada? Or of that number, 362 can be found in British Columbia. In Ontario 318 species are regular visitors. Now that's a lot of feathers and, um, droppings.
From Where I Sit

From Where I Sit

Let the decorating begin
Cornerstone Theatre is at it again

Cornerstone Theatre is at it again

Year after year, Cornerstone Theatre productions sell out. Weeks in advance tickets become few and those in attendance are treated to a spectacular performance. This year is expected to be no different.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

Volleyball playoffs are underway! Mr. MacLean and Mrs. Reaves hosted the Rookie Girls' Division Playoffs in Carlyle. The Carlyle girls finished 3rd. Mrs.

6 & under Cougars season underway

We had a great first game of the season for the 6 & under (Wade) Cougars hockey team with a win of 15-12 against Redvers. First goal of the season was by Chase Robertson and top scorer was Tyrell Dixon.

News from Carlyle town council

Town council met for its regular meeting on November 2 at 7 p.m. The Post Office is planning on renovating the building, making more mail boxes available to members of the community. The new mail boxes will be located where the counter currently is.

News from Town Council

Town council met for its regular meeting on November 2 at 7 p.m. The Post Office is planning on renovating the building, making more mail boxes available to members of the community. The new mail boxes will be located where the counter currently is.