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Mowat’s sea yarn infused with Canadiana

Posted on January 21, 2016

Almost by nature, Canadian literature in the 20th century invariably carried with it the twin saddlebags of informing or enhancing Canadian identity and culture —… Read More »

Lots of good memories over the holidays

Posted on January 14, 2016

After 2014 being my first Christmas officially away from home (i.e. no immediate family), I more than made up for it in Christmas 2015 with… Read More »

In which a reporter writes her introduction to Advance readers

Posted on October 8, 2015

By Nikki Jamieson Vauxhall Advance njamieson@tabertimes.com My name is Nikki Jamieson, and I, am a Journalist. Yes, I am still fairly new in this industry… Read More »

Genre-crossing work engrossing for King fans

Posted on October 1, 2015

By Trevor Busch Vauxhall Advance tbusch@tabertimes.com The post-apocalyptic and horror genres of fiction have inevitably overlapped since both enjoyed a huge flowering of popularity after… Read More »

Taber corn a threat to U.S. security

Posted on September 24, 2015

By Greg Price Vauxhall Advance gprice@tabertimes.com Another family vacation is in the books and once again there was plenty of interesting observations to be had… Read More »

That time I took a job at the Herald and said ‘goodbye’ in a column…

Posted on September 18, 2015

By J.W. Schnarr Vauxhall Advance jwschnarr@tabertimes.com Well, this is it, Taber! I'm going to take a break from my usual rambling about science, geek culture,… Read More »

Religious epics and low-budget sci-fi: The 1950s

Posted on September 10, 2015

By Trevor Busch Vauxhall Advance tbusch@tabertimes.com The 1950s were an era of boundless optimism in North America, where a generation tempered and sobered by the… Read More »

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