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Sometimes you forget the power of the Olympics, after all they only come around every four years
Glenn Mitchell reflects on the tradition around holidays and celebrating this new holiday
Some bits and bites from the world around us….the sports world anyway
Glenn Mitchell reflects on Patrick Nicol and his contributions to the community
Is it too late to wish a Happy New Year to readers and friends? After all it’s only the fifth day of a 365-day year
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, wait, have I heard that opening line somewhere before?
Many people who think they know me figure I’m a laid back kind of guy...
I’ve been known to buy a lottery ticket or two but being cheap helps me keep any huge outlay in check
Glenn Mitchell provides some thoughts on the odds and ends of this fast-paced world
I’ve written before about my frustration with weather forecasts that slightly miss the mark
I like to read newspapers, which is a good thing seeing how I’ve worked for one for a few decades now
It’s one of my favourite times of the year. And not just because there’s playoff baseball, NHL and CFL on the tube
Columnist Glenn Mitchell reflects on Steve Martin and delivering phone books
Columnist Glenn Mitchell touches on Adrian Dix's decision to resign
MITCHELL'S MUSINGS: Friday morning's storm prompts childhood recollection of lightning and thunder scare
Still time to set up camp in the great outdoors...if you can find a spot
Hitting the rewind button for a trip down memory lane.
Welcome to the B.C. Day long weekend, not to mention the halfway mark of what us Canadians like to call summer.
Apparently a baby was born this past week...making royal headlines
Summer sickness forces managing editor to better appreciate all those "little" things we often take for granted