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Happiness during COVID

May 4, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist Dan Buettner is a National Geographic Fellow and a bestselling author. He is an explorer, educator, author, producer, storyteller, and [...]

Are we there yet?

April 28, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist I have spent more than 95 per cent of my life in Canada and identified myself as being Canadian in recent censuses, however, I was born in [...]

Please remember Mother Earth Day

April 13, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist What possibly has been good during the past year of COVID restrictions?  I recall seeing pictures of Beijing before COVID where it appeared, [...]

Help to get through this week

April 7, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist Many of us are dealing with “COVID fatigue,” and as mentioned in a recent column, a new study revealed that laughing for two minutes can be [...]

Easter and our trip to the Holy Land

March 30, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist About 25 years ago, my wife and I had an opportunity to join a group visiting the Holy Land. The idea that we would ever visit Jerusalem, [...]

One day at a time

March 23, 2021

Bill Foxill By Bill Fox/Columnist Are you like some of my friends who are having a difficult time with the restrictions in place to protect everyone from COVID? Who [...]

An immigrant’s memories

March 16, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist August 24, 1951, I arrived in Canada as a four-year-old with my younger brother and my mom. I was born in Birmingham, England, while dad was [...]

Needs not Wants

March 9, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist Looking back on your life, when were you happiest? For some of us, it has little to do with material goods. For example, my happiest memories [...]

Signs of our times

March 1, 2021

Bill Fox By Bill Fox/Columnist A Johannesburg gas station has become quite a landmark with its daily #PetrolPumpWisdom – inspiring quotes and messages written on a [...]
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