In our community, volunteers are the driving force behind many of our most beloved institutions. From our houses of worship and community league halls to Arts on the Ave and The Carrot, the spirit of volunteerism runs strong.
I sat down with two long-term volunteers in our community, John and Margaret Larsen. They’ve lived in Alberta Avenue for 16 years, and seem to be very busy in retirement. Continue reading Local volunteers are a boon to the community Margaret and John Larsen are long-time volunteers
We all search for our favourite signs of spring’s arrival and the accompanying hope and promise for a new year of growth: Snow melting, grass greening, geese returning, tulips blooming, trees budding, tax deadlines looming, hockey playoffs. Continue reading Why budding trees are a sure sign of spring
I’ve been looking for work to supplement my income. I’m an older university educated woman, and am not ready to be put out to pasture. I’m job hunting in an area where people drop out of high school for that well-paying blue collar job. Continue reading Job hunting isn’t for the faint of heart How I keep my cool when the odds are against me