June 2014 Archive

Artist draws inspiration from Canadian Arctic

“The one Inuit artist said to me that the snow and ice I had seen a few years earlier had been there for as long as his people could remember until it all melted over the last five years,” Lang said.

Author wants to keep Wolf Man’s legend alive

“He had bears, a wolf, alligators and crocodiles. He even set up his favourite bear and the wolf to have boxing matches which was apparently a big hit with the sportsmen.”

Tuques off to wind turbines

Do we need to harness the power of the wind to provide us with unlimited clean energy?

Communication breakdown

The same type of communication breakdown that took the wind out of the sails of the Conservatives also prohibited the NDP from making any progress on June 12.

Climate change a concern for cottage country, says Nielsen

“These things are very impactful on human infrastructures though.”

Inspiration from the Wild opens at the AGB

By Bill Kilpatrick On May 30 the Art Gallery of Bancroft was proud to present an exhibit by June’s featured artist Maynooth resident Kevin Hockley. ...