Love’s Lingering Legacy

by Philip JonesWhenever we lose a beloved family member or a close friend, we discover again that the deeper the love, the greater...

Celebrating the Art of Puppetry

Sunday March 21 is World Puppetry Day! This day celebrates the creativity, diversity, and much more in the art of puppetry. Puppets have...

Today

by Cheryl DunkleyThat little dot on my phoneLights up green sometimes when I'm at home,Who is texting me, I'm excited to seeWaiting to...

What to Expect for the 2021 Tax Season

by Shefali JariwalaIf you received CERB, CESB, CRB, CRSB, or CRCB payments, these are considered taxable income. You will need to...

Breaking Out of the Ordinary

Let’s face it, we are all fed up with COVID-19 and having to follow the restrictions that the provincial government have asked each...

A Different Valentine

Where is my heart these days...Gone in many directions, in many ways.Help is needed, compassion tooJust look around, there's lots we can do.I've...

Winter Poem

The white outside silences the worldDrifts glisten and crunch in the coldThe sound of shovels scraping carry across the streetMoving the snow beside...

A Very COVID Christmas

What kind of mask will Santa wear,When he comes to your house?Do you care?Cloth, paper, or a visor of frost,What happens if he...

My Pet as Part of My Christmas Picture

Do you have a picture in your head of the perfect glowing Christmas tree beside a blazing fire with flowers and candles throughout...

School During the Pandemic

by Khushi Vora, Volunteer with The Edgemont Youth PressSeptember is usually a month filled with the excitement of school beginning. It is typically...

Autumn

by Cheryl DunkleyThe falling leaves scatter before me, like my thoughtsWhirling, clicking, dashing across the grass at the whim of the wind.Small piles...

Are Household Pets the New Quarantine Craze?

Article by Erica YakubuEver heard the saying, you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone? I’m pretty sure everybody in quarantine can...