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Forget the X-Games, the next big thing is going to be Adventure Farming

When I was a kid, I thought farming was the most boring occupation on the planet. Ranching I liked.

Faith Matters: What's the big deal about Easter anyway?

In about a week and a half we will be celebrating Easter. While it is often misunderstood and over commercialized, it's the one event that can change every person's life.

Faith Matters: What's the big deal about Easter anyway?

In about a week and a half we will be celebrating Easter. While it is often misunderstood and over commercialized, it's the one event that can change every person's life.

The Easter gift: The gift of the cross

“Hey; get anything for Easter?” “Yeah. I got eternal life.” “Right. How’d you get that?” “The man on the cross gave it to me.

The Easter gift: The gift of the cross

“Hey; get anything for Easter?” “Yeah. I got eternal life.” “Right. How’d you get that?” “The man on the cross gave it to me.

Canada has too few doctors

When stacked up against countries with similar health care goals, namely universal coverage, it quickly becomes apparent that Canada’s health care system is not worth emulating.

Canada's federal election campaign 2011: The future is here

I miss the good old days. Remember the good old days, when politicians kept their word? OK, maybe that never happened. But do you recall when we thought they intended to keep their word? Yeah, that was the best.

Canada's federal election campaign 2011: The future is here

I miss the good old days. Remember the good old days, when politicians kept their word? OK, maybe that never happened. But do you recall when we thought they intended to keep their word? Yeah, that was the best.

Canada has too few doctors

When stacked up against countries with similar health care goals, namely universal coverage, it quickly becomes apparent that Canada’s health care system is not worth emulating.

Faith Matters: God can help you when trying to make sense of disaster

If you are like me, you are still trying to come to terms with the disaster that took place in Japan a few weeks ago. I remember the first scenes of the disaster I saw, buildings swaying and people running to safety.
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