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Punch Cartoons 26

This cartoon, first published in Punch on 16th September 1914, acknowledges the artist      J. C. Dollman. I have found quite a few pieces by him but cannot trace the one to which this cartoon refers. 64 more words

World War 1

Making "Connections" with people around the world

Thank you, Jane Ann, for supporting people in building better futures. Below, you can read a media release about her book and her donation.

When Lutheran author Jane Ann McLachlan released her book, … 430 more words

Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR)

Longing to hear the army is reinforced

The realities of war were beginning to dawn on Florence Vansittart Neale of Bisham Abbey.

18 September 1914

Feel uneasy about our army. Long to hear it is heavily reinforced… 19 more words


Teens take the blame for trashing Elmira recreation complex

KITCHENER — A judge posed the obvious question Wednesday after two baby-faced teenagers took the blame for a massive vandalism spree at a recreation complex in Elmira. 703 more words


Waterloo's youngest students fall behind Ontario average in reading, math

WATERLOO REGION — School boards are taking steps to restore math skills that are tumbling for our youngest students. These include:

Dedicating up to 20 minutes a day to basic number skills at Catholic elementary schools. 414 more words


High-density development plans hit snag at Kitchener council

KITCHENER— Plans to encourage higher-density development along the planned LRT route are running into snags at Kitchener council.

This week, after earlier postponements, council delayed decisions on two projects that seem tailor-made for the city’s new planning policies: high-quality developments that bring more residents in areas close to the future transit line, within walking distance of shops, offices and other amenities. 728 more words