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The Headless Nun: A Canadian Ghost Story

May 6, 2019
The Headless Nun: A Canadian Ghost Story

In the mid 1700s, The French Fort Cove, the place of the happenings concerning our tale, was a military fortification on the banks of the Miramichi River, between what are now known as the townships of Newcastle and Nordin...

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The Malaysian Mother Teresa of Montreal

Nov 19, 2017
The Malaysian Mother Teresa of Montreal

Dear friends around the world, I recently came across reports of this wonderful, compassionate and altruistic lady from Malaysia who has been carrying out great deeds for decades. I am always inspired by such exceptional people who live their lives for the benefit of others and so my students have put together a compendium...

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Ogopogo: The Canadian Water Dragon

Feb 20, 2017
Ogopogo: The Canadian Water Dragon

The name Ogopogo is perhaps the most unlikely designation for a mysterious creature that continues to divide opinion on whether it actually exists. Ogopogo is the popular name for a lake monster or a huge water snake in Canadian Native American folklore, said to reside in the Okanagan Lake in British Columbia. Known as...

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Racism?

Jan 13, 2014
Racism?

I just came across this article and was shocked to learn that Malaysia falls under one of the least racially tolerant countries in the world!

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Red on white…

May 17, 2013
Red on white…

Some things you just have to see no matter how you feel. It lets you know what happens behind the scenes. Things manufacturers do not want you to see, but you are stronger than that for you must see...

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Why save something that cannot say thanks?

Oct 15, 2012
Why save something that cannot say thanks?

In Black Sturgeon Lake Kenora, Ontario, Canada. Dear friends, Acts of kindness never gets old nor boring. These people are very wonderful. They go out of their way to help something in need. Something that cannot say thank you to them nor show deep appreciation. Yet these people go out of their way and...

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