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Our brain is not a unitary organ

As I have noted in a previous post, one of my favourite proverbs, which a Grade 4 student (originally from Newfoundland) shared with us during an English lesson that I taught when I was an elementary school teacher in Mississauga, Ontario, is the one that goes as follows: “A journey of a thousand miles begins […]

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Question for Graeme Decarie: Can you explain the Wrong-Way Driving phenomenon in New Brunswick?

I recently (June 6, 2015) came across a CBC article entitled: “Ont. driver says truck going wrong direction in N.B. nearly caused accident: RCMP say vehicles travelling in the wrong direction is a common problem on New Brunswick highways.” Some of the quotations include: “Vehicles travelling in the wrong direction is a common problem on New […]

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Candid Camera pages at MCHS 1962-63 yearbook

Bretheren, I say to you! Regarding the photo on the right, Graeme Decarie wrote on December 28, 2014: I’ve been going through the MCHS yearbook once a day to dredge up memories that connect names to faces. With some, like Peter McAllister and Gordon Flowers and Dianne Fagg and you, I made the connection immediately. […]

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Demolition proceeds at historic Small Arms building in Mississauga

A crew of volunteers from Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga completed the task in mid-April 2015. The non-load bearing walls at the south end of the Small Arms building in Mississauga have recently been demolished. A crew of volunteers from Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga completed the task in mid-April 2015. April 10, 2015 visit to Small Arms I most recently […]