Rev. Shirley Gosse serves as rector of Canadas most easterly parish, overseeing All Saints Anglican in Pouch (pronounced Pooch) Cove, Nfld., about 25 km north of St. Johns. The white wooden church—built in 1882—stands a stones throw from the Atlantic Ocean, and in rough weather, the enormous rollers that hammer the rocky shoreline douse the front doors with a salty spray.
My friends and I were pleased to see our school, the University of Guelph, come out on top in the Comprehensive university category (“The winners,” Cover, Nov. 15). I felt a certain joy when I realized I could now tell my folks that I made the right choice in moving 300 km from Windsor to attend Guelph.
Allison McCain came home in August. But his roomy office atop McCain Foods Ltd.’s international headquarters in tiny, out-of-the-way Florenceville, N.B., looks like he arrived just yesterday. Several framed pieces of art lean in a pile waiting to fill big empty spaces on the walls.By John DeMont6 min
Day after day, the torrential spring rain bore down on Ed Arndts grain and cattle farm in southwestern Manitoba. By the time it finally abated, most of Arndt’s land sat flooded and useless. Normally Arndt seeds 1,500 acres; this year he managed one-tenth of that.By Brian Bergman6 min
Susan Aglukark won’t take a fall anytime soon if she can help it. Standing still, head bowed, on the set of CTV’s Open Mike with Mike Bullard, Aglukark has just finished her third rehearsal of One Turn Deserves Another, the first single from her latest album.By Anthony Wilson-Smith6 min
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