Fed WWII soldiers home on leave

By Margaret Albers – Weyburn, Sask. As I get older, my thoughts go back to the first years of our married life in the Garville School District. We spent the first year living in the same house as my in-laws from Nov. 16, 1942 to April [continue...]

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Ballgame crowd circa 1913

By Jim Smyth – Kipling, Sask. The faint writing on the back of this postcard states, “This is me at the opening ball game in Winnipeg.” The date printed on the [continue…]


Ranch Gang and Wagon Masters

Photo flashbacks of the Primrose Ranch Gang (top) circa 1943. They played CFQC radio Saskatoon at noon. The Wagon Masters (bottom), circa 1956, played Thursday evenings over CKY Winnipeg. The [continue…]


Big brother saved her life

By FLORENCE (Dyck) ELIAS – Asquith, Sask. When I was about four or five years old, and we were living at Clark’s Crossing, father had taken the wagon loaded with [continue…]


Convent school was well-known

By Lauren (Lebeau) Marcq – Winnipeg, Man. Before the advent of consolidated schools, the convent boarding school of Ste. Marie, Bruxelles was well-known – nestled in a small town that [continue…]

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  • A woman went to visit her friend in hospital, who was there following a house fire. When she asked how the hospital stay was going, her friend complained about the [continue...]

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Christmas Chrunches

From Gail Prior – Penticton, B.C. 1 cup chocolate chips 1 cup butterscotch chips 1 cup dry chow mein noodles 1 cup unsalted peanuts Melt chocolate and butterscotch chips in [continue…]

Ahh, the memories!