The Canada Day Issue

So this is the Canada Day edition. Thanks as usual to all of our advertisers and contributors. Our newest advertisers are Momentum Montessori, Berkley House Coaching and Treetop Dental. Just more proof that businesses read the paper and want to reach the community. Shoot this is only the 27th issue.

 
As for contributors, we have our usual contributions from Duncan Fremlin, Kathy Flaxman and Bill Morneau’s office, and 15 others who have taken the time to share a story. We actually have a several Canada Day inspired short stories. Remember you can write anything you want. It does not matter how old or young you are. I am always surprised that more families and or kids don’t write a review of their favourite restaurant, pizza, ice cream place, you tuber or even a spinner. It is not a bad thing to be published as an 8-year-old. It is actually kind of exciting (even if you are 80). So please tell your stories.  And we will do our best to share them.

 
One last thing, if you do read an article or an ad and know the contributor or advertiser let them know you have read it. They like the acknowledgment.

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