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#culture365 - what does it mean? What do you want it to mean?

#culture365 - what does it mean? What do you want it to mean?

You may notice a wee bit more #culture in the pages this week of The Mirror . Slightly by design, that’s the way this issue was created. Or fell together. Or bluesed through.
Take an axe to the rainbow walk, says resident

Take an axe to the rainbow walk, says resident

I am certainly relieved my children were finished with SPSS before the “rainbow” cross-walk appeared. I could not ask them to attend a school that must be accessed by treading on this “banner of perversion”.
From the desk of Hannah O’Brien: fukushima!

From the desk of Hannah O’Brien: fukushima!

My daughter was born in 2013. I was a first time Mom, completely overwhelmed, hormonal, and sleep deprived. While feeding her I would often scroll Facebook and this was around the time that the inset infographic was making its rounds on social media.
Mile Zero impressions with Angela Fehr

Mile Zero impressions with Angela Fehr

My first impression of Angela Fehr was how gentle yet vibrant she is, from her soft tone to the kaleidoscope scarf elegantly wrapped around her shoulders.
Talking ethical standards

Talking ethical standards

Potions this week!
Non-profits out there, got your new bylaws adopted?

Non-profits out there, got your new bylaws adopted?

Kathleen Connolly with the Dawson Creek Chamber of Commerce says the presentations have been going so well, that they’ll extend into the fall. “Tumbler Ridge, Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort St.
The way I see it - going old school on grades

The way I see it - going old school on grades

No matter how you view things, scoring 273 out of 293 is not a great score in any game or organization.
Subtle changes to slip into the culture

Subtle changes to slip into the culture

Testify!
New BC-based band in the works

New BC-based band in the works

This album's tracklist should be fantastic.
The way I see it: millions and billions

The way I see it: millions and billions

Carl Stewart talks Canada’s foreign aid