Monthly Archives: October 2011

Canada Reads 2012, by Sue Culhane

It hardly seems possible but the time has come for the announcement of the contenders for Canada Reads 2012! This annual contest does so much for the promotion of Canadian literature and is always a source of discussion and interest … Continue reading

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Rustling Leaves, by Catherine Gillier

October has blossomed into many colours, but has not yet chilled the air.  People hiked the trails in shorts over the Thanksgiving weekend, and are still eating tomatoes from the garden.  Autumnal grace foreshadows colder winter, but while October is … Continue reading

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“It Takes a Library to Raise a Community,” by Sue Culhane

Recently Temiskaming Shores Public Library was given some promotional material for the North Bay and District Multicultural Centre. The mandate of this organization is to “assist and support new immigrants and refugees with integration and settlement needs”. As yet, there … Continue reading

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October’s Gift by Catherine Gillier

September has left us.  Now the beautiful month of October makes its appearance in a fall ensemble of yellow, orange and red. Thanksgiving is just around the corner. All the dreams and hopes that have been bestowed upon us throughout the … Continue reading

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