I brought a little girl to life during COVID-19. I really did! But it’s not a medical miracle as you may assume. No, quite dfferent from that. Let me explain.
On March 7, 2020, my plane touched down at Edmonton International Airport. Mexico had been warm and bright and I carried high hopes of cheerfully finishing out the winter with lots of stored up vitamin D and colorful memories from the sunny south.
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Imagine finding the car you loved as a teen parked in your driveway 25 years later
A Pivotal Point
From early settlement and quaint village to prosperous town and city, Pointe Claire is rich in Canadian history
CREATIVITY DURING COVID
How I ‘brought a young girl to life’ during quarantine
Having the opportunity to photograph local wildlife is a gift
A Pinch of Slowness
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Exploring the complex history and amazing culture of Acadians in Louisiana
Distanced But Not Alone
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Discovering a hobby you’re passionate about keeps you young!
Welcome to St. Martins
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Have A Coke And A Card!
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AO TENNIS 2
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True To His Roots
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Jason Livery specializes in custom painted hockey masks for NHL players. Based in Gulfport, Mississippi, Jason has 28 years’ experience with airbrushing after getting the bug as a teenager…
Torn Apart By Tradition
A woman and her kids, allegedly killed by her husband, haven’t been buried as their families feud over customary rights