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Watermelon, watermelon ‘Memoirs of a Rail Road Hotel Chef’

Watermelon, watermelon ‘Memoirs of a Rail Road Hotel Chef’

Spring is here, try this light dish this week.
From the desk of Hannah O’Brien: on Mother’s Day

From the desk of Hannah O’Brien: on Mother’s Day

Before Mother’s Day became a holiday the price of carnations was half a penny. Four years later they were fifteen cents each.
Guns, funds, medicine, and poetry this week

Guns, funds, medicine, and poetry this week

It has been written before and I’m sure it will be again - the association between guns and hospitals is not always a positive one, but they were locked and loaded in unison Saturday May 13 when the Clay Bird Shoot raised funds for the DC Health Foun
The tale of O’Flarety, and another in Dawson

The tale of O’Flarety, and another in Dawson

If you are thinking the title is a story you are absolutly correct - it is about a world famous boxer.
From the desk of Hannah O’Brien: On taxes- turns out they’re from war

From the desk of Hannah O’Brien: On taxes- turns out they’re from war

In 1917 the Canadian Government introduced the Income War Tax Act. It was the first federal tax and was presented as a temporary measure to aid in financing World War I.
Talking vanilla for Mother’s Day

Talking vanilla for Mother’s Day

There is no better gift than the gift of food.
Welcome ‘Memoirs of a Rail Road Hotel Chef’

Welcome ‘Memoirs of a Rail Road Hotel Chef’

Another community voice joins the Mirror squad!
The Photographic Life and understanding exposure triangles

The Photographic Life and understanding exposure triangles

Understanding the exposure triangle gives us more creative control of our camera, giving us the ability to get the shot we see with our eyes much easier.
From the desk of Hannah O’Brien - “He votes! He scores!”

From the desk of Hannah O’Brien - “He votes! He scores!”

The Mirror's newest columnist will be filing slices of life, topped with humour.
The Writing Robin - on an end game

The Writing Robin - on an end game

Years ago I was an avid Backgammon and Chess player, the world of politics is a bit like those games. I am certainly not downplaying the importance of the upcoming provincial election. Because everybody that is eligible should be at the polls.