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November Issue

Vol1 No5 – Nov Contents FEATURES Cover Story: Neil Young Ray Dee Folk through 4-D The Negatives Goodbye Inntowner The Top Five A Wine Affair Remembrance Day Artisans Northwest & Potters Guild Show and Sale Rotary...

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The Acorn

The Acorn The Apollo, October 28th advance tickets $10; $15 at the door The Acorn was formed in 2003 in Ottawa. The band’s main songwriter is Rolf Klausener, who in writing about the struggles of his Honduran born mother in...

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Crocks Rocks: A Sold Out Show

Tokyo Police Club, Arkells, San Sebastian Saturday, September 26, 2010 Crocks, Thunder Bay by Michelle McChristie, photography by Darren McChristie It was a night when you had to hold your own on the dance floor. Last night,...

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View Back Issues

Back issues available online (coming soon!) Vol 1 No 2 now available for viewing online using flash technology. Click on the link below to view this issue using turn-page technology. Coming soon for all issues.

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June signals the summer solstice and National Indigenous History Month. Locally, there are activities from the 14th to 28th, like the Waniskahtan exhibit—a project to educate and create a greater awareness about the high rates of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and 2-Spirit (LGBTQ2S). Organizers hope the exhibit will be able to be viewed publicly in person at Intercity Shopping Centre.

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📸 by Marlene Wandell

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