Observation: Trying to help

By: Addy Oberlin

My neighbor was chasing her little dog. I grabbed my leash and tried to help them. The little rascal slipped out of the house without a collar or lease and he was now on a busy street criss-crossing from side to side.

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Strohschein: Have we gone insane?

By: Neil Strohschein

As I write these words, police officers and first responders from across Canada are in Moncton to pay tribute to three RCMP members who were killed in the line of duty a few days ago.

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Observation: Back into a routine

By: Addy Oberlin

After recuperating a few days from a long trip via bus, plane and car, I am back into a routine. We traveled over mountains and through valleys and were able to attend my grandson’s wedding.

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Strohschein: To those who remain, thank you

By: Neil Strohschein

Seventy years ago today, 14,500 Canadian soldiers, supported by 100 ships and 10,000 sailors hit the shore of Juno Beach in central Normandy, France.

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Observation: May speeding along

By: Addy Oberlin

The month of May is speeding along. I spent most of this month visiting my children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

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