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Hunger a problem with solutions

No one should have to go hungry. That was one thing community members meeting to discuss how to improve St. Paul’s food bank could all agree upon.

Ten lesssons gleaned from motherhood

Every day brings on a new challenge for me as a parent and a realization that, unlike what I thought as a child, my parents weren’t just willfully ignorant and clueless but that parenthood is one never-ending learning curve.

Sitting in the new, hot seats

Perhaps with Halloween on the calendar just a few weeks after they were elected, councillors wanted no references to the ghosts of councils past.

School bus fly-bys must stop

Last week's Nouvelle featured an article in light of school bus safety week that highlights the high amount of school bus fly-bys, where vehicles fail to stop for a school bus' flashing red lights and stop arm that is extended when a child exits the

Bridge the gap

Dear Editor, We here at the Friendship Centre have always strived to help bridge the gap between all peoples in our community and Mary Ella Corbiere has always been a major concern for us. She has been missing since Oct.

Learn to buckle up

According to a study done in the States, young people, especially males ages 16 to 25, are in the age group least likely to buckle up, with the study stating that males in this group tend not to believe they will be injured or killed in an accident.

Rural properties not a dumping ground

I write this letter out of frustration, realizing that it will probably only be read by the 95 per cent of the population who are responsible and respecting of the property of others. To you, my remarks are not directed.

We're in for a big, Bold surprise come opening day

They should have windows in every room, every over-sized recreation area, every colour-matched alcove, and even in the steam rooms (that's right it has steam rooms). The Bold Center needs windows everywhere.

Learn to buckle up

According to a study done in the States, young people, especially males ages 16 to 25, are in the age group least likely to buckle up, with the study stating that males in this group tend not to believe they will be injured or killed in an accident.

Rural properties not a dumping ground

I write this letter out of frustration, realizing that it will probably only be read by the 95 per cent of the population who are responsible and respecting of the property of others. To you, my remarks are not directed.