Friday, September 16, 2016
Journeys Into Finding a Home, Muddy the Mud Cat Put Dunnville (Ontario) on the Map

Finding a Home, Muddy the Mud Cat Put Dunnville (Ontario) on the Map

An important part of the story of how Canada became a nation involves the railroad and how it tied together east and west. On the U.S. side of the border, the centrality of the railroads was succeeded by what became known as “The American Road”.  Out of national roads U.S. Highways and then the Interstate Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 16, 20162:21 pm
Friday, May 1, 2015
Journeys Into What Happened to the Funnel Cakes ?

What Happened to the Funnel Cakes ?

That is what some folks visiting the Calgary Stampede might be asking if they got a look at one of the menus at the event. The Stampede has introduced a number of more upscale items to its menu. For example, there is a foot-long bratwurst infused with cognac (Remy Martin Louis XIII that sells for Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 1, 20151:53 pm
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Journeys Into New Documentary on What it Means to be Canadian

New Documentary on What it Means to be Canadian

Los Angeles-based comedy writer and displaced Canadian Rob Cohen was sick of battling the usual stereotypes of Canadians(but, sadly, sometimes true) stereotypes. And he hated that no one (besides his fellow “California Canadians”) knew anything—or even cared—about Canada. So he decided to make a movie. In Being Canadian, Cohen travels across the country, seeing the Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 25, 20151:32 am
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Lois Lillienstein of Sharon, Lois & Bram and Skinnamarink

Passing: Lois Lillienstein of Sharon, Lois & Bram and Skinnamarink

Lois Lillienstein of the Canadian children’s musical trio Sharon, Lois & Bram has died at age 78. The multi-award-winning recording artists won the hearts of Canadian kids and families with their fun-loving songs like as Skinnamarink and Peanut Butter. The group also had a top-rated preschool show, Sharon, Lois & Bram’s Elephant Show. It aired on Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 23, 20156:26 pm
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Journeys Into Climate Change and the Backyard Rink

Climate Change and the Backyard Rink

Folks in the know say it’s been a decent season for backyard rinks. But these folks are also concerned because the season is getting shorter. Real life environmental issues seem to be intruding on the idyllic ice surface built to be a refuge. This feature courtesy of PRI highlights the passion of those who create Read Article

Posted by: Admin 12:42 am
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Journeys Into Climate Change and the Backyard Rink

Climate Change and the Backyard Rink

  Folks in the know say it’s been a decent season for backyard rinks. But these folks are also concerned because the season is getting shorter. Real life environmental issues seem to be intruding on the idyllic ice surface built to be a refuge. This feature courtesy of PRI highlights the passion of those who Read Article

Posted by: Admin 12:31 am
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Journeys Into Tisdale, Saskatchewan – A Place in Search of a New Smart Community Narrative

Tisdale, Saskatchewan – A Place in Search of a New Smart Community Narrative

Tisdale is a business centre for the rich agricultural area of northeastern  Saskatchewan. Located at the junction of Highways 35 and 3, and serviced  by both the the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways, Tisdale is the grain handling centre of the region with five inland grain terminals, and is the centre of local industry. That Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 22, 20151:04 pm
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Journeys Into People will come

People will come

So said Thomas Mann, the James Earl Jones character, in Field of Dreams. He was speaking of the baseball field in the cornfields of Iowa. But he could just as easily have been referring to those gems of Americana (Canadiana) that lie off the beaten path and beyond the interstate (Trans-Canada). Try it on for Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 18, 20158:31 pm