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  • Oh Canada, We Stand on Guard for "Sweet Marie"

    Excited about Halloween? I sure am. This is the first year I get to hand out candy to kids! And by that I mean “eat-all-the-Halloween-Candy-before-the-kids-come-to-my-door”.  I’m so excited about Halloween I was actually looking into Candy that is sold here in Canada (I have a lot of time on my hands). I discovered these brands are sold here in Canada but NOT in the USA: Read More
  • Lots of Time Equals Great Meals

    The short time I've been here in Prince Rupert, I've discovered how friendly and open people are here. I feel very fortunate to be in a city where people genuinely care. Thankfully I was able to celebrate Thanksgiving with a family here in Rupert. Making  friends here has been a slow process. My health and meals have improved thanks to my lack of human interaction. Not to say that I'm not making progress meeting people,but it takes time to develop relationships. I'm not complaining though, because everyday I feel healthier. Check out my meal from yesterday! Read More

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Kitimat Holds All Candidates Forum
Three mayoral candidates and ten council hopefuls gathered together Wednesday night in Kitimat to hold an all-candidates meeting. A nearly-full theatre of voters listened to what Kitimat's municipal candidates had to say about the issues facing the community. Mayoral Candidates ... Read more...

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