Monthly Archives: February 2014

CLEO, by Sue Culhane

Since 1974 a group known as CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario) has been developing clear, accurate and practical legal rights information. This information is available in a variety of formats and languages. The information is generalized and is not intended … Continue reading

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50 Canadians Who Changed the World, by Sue Culhane

It seems that the majority of Canadians have watched at least one event in the Sochi Olympics. Interest has been high and most folk seem to have a particular sport in which they are most interested. But one thing is … Continue reading

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Pete Seeger, by Catherine Gillier

Mid February brings with it less frigid temperatures and Valentine’s Day.  But it is also mid-winter and perhaps a good time of the year for reflection.  Let us reflect upon the contributions Pete Seeger made to the world in which … Continue reading

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February comes to us at the same time as the winter blues, by Catherine Gillier

February comes to us at the same time as the winter blues.  The days are a little longer, but the snow is still deep and the cold still has a bite.  The books at the library would have the blues … Continue reading

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