May 16 2012 Edition

On his way to a hat trick, Canada’s Scott Thornley serves up a winner


In 2011, at a point in his life when traditionally most people would be looking toward retirement, Scott Thornley turned his multifaceted talents as award-winning media executive, artist, and photographer to crime writing, and published his debut crime novel, Erasing Memory.

And what a corker it was: combining a compelling storyline with an engaging group of characters, believable dialog

Early diagnosis of cystic fibrosis could mean a longer life

This May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. Cystic fibrosis is a genetic, life-threatening disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestion system and is now often diagnosed in a child's early years.

Huguette, Drolet Scardina 1929-2010

In our home she is fondly remembered
Sweet memories cling to her name.
Those who loved her in life sincerely
Still love her in death just the same.

Lovingly remembered by her husband Frank, children John and Isabelle and grandchildren Kevin, Laura and Einin and her brothers and sister.

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