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Father Bauer and the Great Experiment

Father David Bauer changed lives at the rink, in the classroom, and in the pulpit. Along the way, he created the first truly national Canadian hockey team. 

Join us every Tuesday at 12:00 pm in the 2nd floor meeting room for a Noon Meditation starting Tuesday, May 2, 2017..

book cover image: Gutenberg's fingerprint

Merilyn Simond's recent book Gutenberg's fingerprint : paper, pixels, and the lasting impression of books trolls through the past, present, and evolving future of the book.  This work is a fascinating look at the myths, inventions, and consequences of the digital shift and how we read today. 

maple book

Maple : 100 Sweet and Savory Recipes Featuring Pure Maple Syrup by Katie Webster

I have to admit: maple syrup might just be my favourite thing about Canada.

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Fodor's Essential France

Written by locals, Fodor's travel guides have been offering advice for more than 80 years. This is one of their latest, a loving look at 'la belle France'.

The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead is the latest winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

Along with April showers and Spring flowers you can get your groove on and enjoy Jazz music to the fullest measure as this is Jazz Appreciation month.

London's first Board of Trade was organized on April 22, 1857 at the Mechanics' Institute with Adam Hope as its first president.  42 residents signed the constitution and gave their names as subscribers for the amount of one pound annually.    In 1922, the Board of Trade changed its name to the Chamber of Commerce.