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Winter 2007

Volume 14 Number 4

The Year in Music: 2007

Nov 15, 2007 | Lisa Watson | Back Issues

It’s coming on winter and the weather is, to say the least, surprising. I’ve just spent the most luxurious time sitting on my front porch watching the world go by…

Jacob Stadnyk carries the puck as he and teammate Ryley Anderson are pursued by the “Vancouver Canucks.” Photo by Mike Maloney.

Confessions of a Hockey Dad

Nov 15, 2007 | Tony Maxwell | Back Issues

Rediscovering the joy of the game with a team of eight-year-olds.

Old friends Marion Bell and Marja Chevalier use humour and hands-on exercises to teach kids the basics of good etiquette. Photo by Pauline Hayman.

Minding Our Manners

Nov 15, 2007 | Tralee Pearce | Back Issues

Proper etiquette isn’t about adhering to dusty old rules, it’s about possessing enough social capital to feel at ease in any situation.

Too Many Christmases. Illustration By Kasia Charko.

Too Many Christmases

Nov 15, 2007 | Michele Green | Back Issues

Jessica’s face turned red – as red as the Jell-O. Tears streamed down her cheeks.

Sisters in Two Worlds

The Year in Books: 2007

Nov 15, 2007 | Tracey Fockler | Back Issues

Our annual review of new books by local authors and illustrators In The Hills.

Hugh Brewster shows off the fruits of his labours, including Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose. Photo by Tom Partlett.

The Story Man: Hugh Brewster

Nov 15, 2007 | Michele Green | Back Issues

With the publication of five books in a single year, times are good for writer Hugh Brewster. And with his recent nomination for a Governor General’s Award, the times just got better.

The surpassingly beautiful snowy owl comes south when food supplies are low in its arctic home. Photo by Robert McCaw.

Owls

Nov 11, 2007 | Don Scallen | Environment

With piercing eyes and haunting cry, so flies the lord of the midnight sky.

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