Yearly Archives: 2005

Single During the Holidays

Single During the Holidays by Ron Prewitt Mistletoe. Holiday parties. New Year’s kiss at midnight. This time of year can be challenging for singles. With such an emphasis on family togetherness and couples exchanging heart-felt gifts, it’s hard not to hear the message – the holidays are not for me. At family get-togethers you get… Continue Reading

It Takes Courage To Improve Yourself As A Leader

Pegine’s Motivational Times It Takes Courage To Improve Yourself As A Leader by Pegine Echevarria, MSW 2005 “If you’re going through Hell, keep going.” ~Winston Churchill Move, get going and hustle. This newsletter is in honour of the victors of Katrina. Yes, I said the victors; the people who in spite of the tragedy, in… Continue Reading

Taking Timber Top to New Heights Steve Toner wins BDC’s Young Entrepreneur Award for New Brunswick

Taking Timber Top to New Heights Steve Toner wins BDC’s Young Entrepreneur Award for New Brunswick Reprinted by permission of Madeline Leclerc, Editor of La Cataract and the Victoria Star With a focus on productivity and efficiency, Steve Toner’s company, Timber Top Trusses, which manufactures roof trusses and engineered floor systems, has quadrupled sales since… Continue Reading

Save Time and Money on Your Laser Printer – Part 1

Save Time and Money on Your Laser Printer – Part 1 By Jerry Arsenault Just as computers can be mysterious and intimidating sometimes, the same can be true of laser printers. When you are in the middle of a print job and something goes wrong, a basic understanding of how your printer works may prove… Continue Reading

Rhymes For Our Times

Rhymes For Our Times by Rickshaw Don’t talk about it Be about it If you can’t write about it Read about it You can read the news Or make the news It’s up to you Only you can choose If you got your hand out Or got your brand out You’re making a statement With… Continue Reading

Grand Falls, Unassuming Girl of the World, Girl of the Falls

Grand Falls, Unassuming Girl of the World, Girl of the Falls by Alexandra Chasse    Sunday, September 25, 2005 — The air conditioner is running full tilt in our small dining room; its gentle hum punctuated with the occasional ping of accumulated water within the machine’s casing. Turning it off, even four days after fall… Continue Reading

Annette Lost Her Marbles

Annette Lost Her Marbles by Andrea Rennick There was a knock at my mother’s front door, the one she never uses, and she opened it to find a little old lady and a middle-aged woman standing on her doorstep. “This is my house,” the lady said. Since my mother lives in an old and notable… Continue Reading

Miramichier Releases Single of Daisy A Day

Miramichier Releases Single of Daisy A Day Tracey (Chopper) Robinson (34), recorded this song in his garage with his good friend Roy Wright. It is a song that has meant so much to Chopper since he was a small child. He has fond memories of his grandmother singing this song to him many times over… Continue Reading

A Special Christmas Smile

A Special Christmas Smile by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe Christmas Eve had arrived and once again Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus were making their special visits, saying a goodnight to the children of friends and neighbours. Frank and Dolores were our good friends, and we had shared many interesting experiences over the years. Our neighbours and friends… Continue Reading