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Putting an end to hunger in St. Paul

Putting an end to hunger in St. Paul

A happenstance meeting with a man on a bicycle, who couldn’t afford a car or food for his three children, highlighted the need for changes to St. Paul’s food bank for United Church Minister Marie Barr.

Operation Christmas Child mission in effect

On a recent trip to Kenya, Kristal Reid learned about the challenges facing some African children and how what North Americans consider small gifts or tokens are treasures for children who have nothing.
Visual Arts Centre embarks on mural project

Visual Arts Centre embarks on mural project

The St. Paul Visual Arts Centre has finished Phase One of a mural installation at its location, in an ongoing project that marks the centre’s past, while highlighting its present and looking forward to the future.

Tories clamp down on human smuggling

Two ships carrying 568 ethnic Tamil asylum seekers from Sri Lanka that docked Vancouver in August has stimulated the Federal Government of Canada to try to crack down on incidences of human smuggling with the introduction of Bill C-49, Preventing Hum
Putting an end to hunger in St. Paul

Putting an end to hunger in St. Paul

A happenstance meeting with a man on a bicycle, who couldn’t afford a car or food for his three children, highlighted the need for changes to St. Paul’s food bank for United Church Minister Marie Barr.

Operation Christmas Child mission in effect

On a recent trip to Kenya, Kristal Reid learned about the challenges facing some African children and how what North Americans consider small gifts or tokens are treasures for children who have nothing.
Visual Arts Centre embarks on mural project

Visual Arts Centre embarks on mural project

The St. Paul Visual Arts Centre has finished Phase One of a mural installation at its location, in an ongoing project that marks the centre’s past, while highlighting its present and looking forward to the future.

Tories clamp down on human smuggling

Two ships carrying 568 ethnic Tamil asylum seekers from Sri Lanka that docked Vancouver in August has stimulated the Federal Government of Canada to try to crack down on incidences of human smuggling with the introduction of Bill C-49, Preventing Hum

Profound hearing loss in son shakes up family

Dominique Krankowsky is a happy and content baby, with tufts of blonde hair and the ability, already, to toddle everywhere on his own. But as happy a baby as he has been, his mother had noticed something was wrong with her son.

Danyluk hospitalized over allergic reaction

Local MLA Ray Danyluk was taken to hospital on Monday, after suffering an allergic reaction to peanuts on the first day of the fall sitting of the legislature.