Read select articles from The Link’s Winter Issue, 2018

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This Art is  for the Birds!

This Art is for the Birds!

The Link, Winter 2018 | by Josie Newman | Wildlife artist Ron Plaizier’s fascination with birds began when he was a small child and has only grown throughout the years ...
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What if Winter Never Came?

What if Winter Never Came?

The Link, Winter 2018 | by David Newland | Every year, sometime between late September and mid-November, the grumbling begins. The causes vary: the first hard frost, putting the winter ...
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Connecting through Stories

Connecting through Stories

The Link, Winter 2018 | by Joanne Culley | The oral tradition has been an integral part of civilization from time immemorial, whether it was through telling stories during a ...
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AGN Spotlights Creative Processes

AGN Spotlights Creative Processes

The Link, Winter 2018 | by Elizabeth Palermo | Engaging with local arts and culture is generally a good indicator that people are doing well mentally and socially, according to ...
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Turning Flour Bags into Flowers

Turning Flour Bags into Flowers

The Link, Winter 2018 | by Joanne Culley | Recently, I found myself in a fabric store – somewhere I hadn’t been for many years – to meet a seamstress ...
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Taking SAD Seriously

Taking SAD Seriously

The Link, Winter 2018 | by Elizabeth Palermo | Ontario winters can be long and dreary for many people. Although winter blues are common, up to six per cent of ...
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