Brookside beckons

As we approach Remembrance day and Winnipeg’s temperatures soar into the double digits, it is worth noting that just west of the Notre Dame campus sits one of the city’s oldest cemeteries. Brookside is the final resting place of people from all walks of life, including politicians, statesmen, […]

A Heritage Group Halloween?

All together now… I was working in an RRC lab last night, When my eyes beheld an eerie sight, For my monster from his slab, began to rise, And suddenly to my surprise… He wore a mask (he wore a COVID mask), A COVID mask (it was a […]

A better tomorrow

Guy is a volunteer guide at Vancouver’s Nitobe Memorial Garden, widely considered to be among the finest Japanese gardens outside of Japan. It commemorates Dr. Inazo Nitobe, arguably the world’s most famous Asian when he died in 1933. Though few of us will merit a memorial garden, we […]

Horace Hackett

Horace died peacefully on September 19. He taught in the Industrial and Technology Communications Department for 22 years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to CancerCare Manitoba or a charity of your choice. (link to Winnipeg Free Press obituary)

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