When our family moved to Morden in 1951, I met Nettie Dyck, my first friend. I was 7 years old and had already lived in three communities in Ontario and was now in my fourth community in Manitoba. Nettie’s family had moved many times also but for entirely different reasons.
A local business’ donation to the Carman Scouts, Cubs and Beavers is one that will benefit generations of kids to come.
As I write this, it is April 2, 2018. The weather in Carman this morning is -18°C and -27°C if you factor in the windchill. The ground is covered in snow. Where is spring you ask? Do not despair – there is hope. . .
The province has approved more than 120 projects across the province with funding totalling close to $30 million and Southern Health will see 22 of those projects.
Need a new year’s challenge? There are still a lot of animals and plants remaining to be discovered. Each year we learn more about the planet and the many animals and plants we share it with. In the past year there have been many new species described. In keeping with what seems to be a New Year’s trend, it seems fitting to produce another top 10 f
A steaming bowl of chicken soup may make you feel better when you have a common cold, but it may not do the trick when you get influenza - often called “the flu”. We took a few minutes to sit down with Dr. Michael Routledge, Medical Officer of Health for Southern Health-Santé Sud, who shared some very good advice about the flu.
A new breast probe, donated to the Boundary Trails Health Centre, will make surgeries less invasive, and prevent an extra trip to Winnipeg for southern Manitoba residents dealing with breast cancer. The Boundary Trails Health Centre Foundation gave the $69,000 probe to fulfill a local request.
Carman will have a new restaurant to celebrate in the New Year.
While the focus of Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus, the celebrations incorporate the use of many plants such as holly and mistletoe, and food is usually a major component of many celebrations.
Local menswear designer Shelley Ediger is kicking off her third annual Socks for Siloam Mission in December.
Mark your calendars, because on Saturday February 10th, Recovery of Hope and the Manitoba Chapter of the Neufeld Institute will be hosting a full day workshop with Dr. Gordon Neufeld on the topic of “Keeping Children Safe in a Wounding World.”
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