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Some cautions for early Spring garden chores

By Melanie Mathieson
Gardening Guru

What is truly Canadian food?

When I think about what are truly Canadian foods, I often find myself at a loss. “Tourtiere” a dish that we often associate with Quebec comes to mind. It is common to both Quebec and the bordering New England states and is often associated with Christmas.
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How to grow terrific tomatoes

By Melanie Mathieson
Gardening Guru

An Alternate Universe

This week proved that Finance Minister Joe Oliver is living in an alternate universe when it comes to fiscal management and taxation.

Legion Chat: Watch for future events in the Record

By Walter Wagner
President

The first casualty of war is the truth

They say that “the truth is the first casualty of war,” but our new Defense Minister seems to think making this expression a reality is somehow part of his job description. In his first three months on the job Defense Minister Jason Kenney has been caught three times intentionally spreading disinformation.
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The Premier is trying to make fools of us

Dalton McGinty wanted to turn Ontario into a green energy province. He chose to close down coal fired power plants and replace those electrical energy producing operations with solar and wind powered energy. He turned the development of wind and solar energy to private enterprise.
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RR Soil and Crop Day is this Friday

By Gary Sliworsky
OMAF/ MRA Rep.
Spring is now officially here and the winter season of courses and meetings is winding down.

Is new anti-terrorism legislation necessary?

Prime Minister Harper has sharpened his spear in preparation for the coming fall election.

Thanks Myrna, Lou and Gill

Submitted by
Carolee Hogue
Rainy River Hospital Auxiliary Highlights of our meeting on March 3,2015.
The Hospital Auxiliary will participate in the Meals on Wheels program in April.

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