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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Journeys Into How Does One Celebate Canada Day in a “Canadian” Way ?

How Does One Celebate Canada Day in a “Canadian” Way ?

I write to you from the State side of the border. It will be July 4th on Saturday – parade, town fair, hot dogs, baseball, Louis Armstrong music, Sousa, fireworks. An All-American day. We write asking Canadians to share with us something distinctively “Canadian” you do to mark Canada. Clearly, it is a day off. Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 30, 20159:30 pm
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Journeys Into Happy Birthday Canada !

Happy Birthday Canada !

Music for Canada Day and more And another Finally, two of our favorites: ShareFollow

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Saturday, June 27, 2015
Journeys Into Another Song of Summer, circa 1962

Another Song of Summer, circa 1962

It came from England, but to me it was one of those All-American (Canadian) songs of vacation time in the early 1960’s – often trips to Canada. “Stranger on the Shore” was written clarinetist Acker Bilk for his then young daughter. He first named the tune “Jenny” after her, but was later changed when used Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 27, 20151:34 pm
Friday, June 12, 2015
Journeys Into “Small towns to see Bank branch closings”

“Small towns to see Bank branch closings”

Perhaps it’s inevitable, a sign of “progress and change”, but we read this morning with disappointment of a report that Canadian towns could see a number of bank branch closures as customers shift away from entering local branches for everyday banking. “As all the banks look at their retail banking footprint in small town Canada, Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 12, 201512:44 pm
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Journeys Into “The Prettiest Sunday Drive in the World”

“The Prettiest Sunday Drive in the World”

That was how Winston Churchill described the Niagara Parkway. Most folks going to Niagara Falls are content to admire the Falls. Most acknowledge that the view from the Canadian side is most worth the trip. But beyond the Falls, the cliffs, the river and the “Maid of the Mist”, there is beauty on the Canadian Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 10, 20152:41 pm
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Journeys Into Automotive History and that of a Community from the Other Side of the River

Automotive History and that of a Community from the Other Side of the River

So much has been written and said about the rise , fall and reboot of the industrial world of Detroit and Michigan. Much less has been seen about the story from the perspective on the other side of the river in Windsor, Ontario. Now, however, a fabulous narrative is just a click away. The Windsor Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 2, 20152:38 pm