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Winter 2015

Volume 22 Number 4

Ontario’s indignation was fired by this woodcut, “The Tragedy at Fort Garry, March 4, 1870,” an artist’s conception of the Scott execution at Fort Garry. The anger was made even worse by rumours that Scott was buried alive and was heard screaming in the coffin at his burial. Library and Archives Canada, C-048776

The Red River Rebellion: The Hills Get Indignant!

Nov 25, 2015 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

There was the button that always cranked these hills beyond reason – the hint of anything Fenian.

Farewells and New Beginnings

Nov 25, 2015 | Bethany Lee | Back Issues | Community | Departments | Headwaters Nest | In Every Issue

We were no longer home and the space sometimes felt like just that – a space.

An interlocking construction technique redefines the notion of prefab. Photo by Pam Purves.

What’s Bred in the Bone

Nov 25, 2015 | Pam Purves | At Home in the Hills

An interlocking construction technique redefines the notion of prefab.

Winter 2015 Puzzles

A Puzzling Conclusion: Winter 2015

Nov 25, 2015 | Ken Weber | Puzzles

Looking at numbers in three different ways, a different perspective on ‘Groaners’ and Mr. Algie’s conundrum.

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