In the Icelandic Christmas tradition, the 13 Yule Lads come down from the mountains one by one, beginning 13 days before Christmas.


  • Wolseley’s Bill Fugler enjoys the stillness after walking another daily leg of his West End odyssey earlier this month.

    Unstill Bill (with apologies to Quentin Tarantino)

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  • This husky statue on Whytewold Avenue, newly-adorned in the colours of Silver Heights Collegiate, will soon be donated to the school.

    It’s always the season for giving

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  • Isaac Brock School student council president John Demanoy (left) and vice-president Maria Aragon were emcees of the Remembrance Day ceremony at the West End school.

    Isaac Brock students remember

    11/18/2014 3:29 PM 0
  • St. James Tap and Table a welcome addition

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    Roses and chocolates go hand-in-hand, peanut butter and jam go hand-in-hand, bacon and eggs go hand-in-hand and so does sipping ...

  • The cast of Tara Players Theatre’s season-opener, Shush: from left, Gabrielle Hampton, Deirdre Carruthers, Danielle Savage, April Gregora, and Cathy Hall.

    Tara Players Theatre offers a fun night out

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  • A stone's throw from Wolseley, the streamlined cornice of the Robert Fletcher Building accentuates the structure's horizontal thrust. It was the source for a new cornice for the Union Tower Building, a skyscraper in the shadow of Portage and Main.

    A terra cotta tale for Halloween

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  • Len Van Roon of Charlewood writes a letter home during the Second World War, with a little help from some young friends.

    Remembering Charleswood’s war heroes

    10/28/2014 2:33 PM 0
  • Voters in St. James want new councillor Scott Gillingham to address infrastructure issues such as back lane drainage.

    New councillor, new priorities?

    11/20/2014 10:57 AM 0
  • Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Venturers, parents and leaders of the 1st Kirkfield Scouting Group gathered near Woodhaven in September for their annual Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up campaign.

    Troupe promotes active living

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