calm waters (at Marina Quay West)
Check out this delightfully bizarre site for Strange Empire and learn a little about one of Janestown’s residents.
A group seated outdoors on an autumn day at a summer cottage on the Gatineau River, Québec, October 1950
Just chill out!
Poltergeist the legacy cap
lift off (at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport)
I’m not opposed to immigration. I’d prefer immigration over the temporary foreign worker program. That and other similar programs are so often abused leading to poor working conditions, abuse and underpaid wages.
Canada has a small population, and a tiny birthrate. We need immigration or our population and working force will stagnate. I enjoy living in a more multiculturism society as well.
THUNDER BAY — City police have turned to the public for help locating a missing 20-year-old woman.
Officials with the Thunder Bay Police Service Tuesday afternoon said Natalie Kakekagumik, 20, was last seen in the area of the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre on Monday, Sept. 29 at about 1:30 p.m.
Kakekagumik is described as an Aboriginal woman standing about five-feet-five-inches tall with a thin build.
She has long brown hair and brown eyes. She may have green contact lenses in her eyes. She was last seen wearing black and white tights with a white hoodie and black windbreaker jacket.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call city police at 684-1200 so her welfare may be checked on.
People wishing to provide anonymous information may contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.tipsubmit.com.
Thunder Bay police say a missing woman has been found. 20 yr old Natalie Kakekagumik was located safely in the wee hours this morning.