It was almost 125 years ago that Oscar Wilde wrote of the cynical man who “knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.”
Few images are as iconically Canadian as the Mountie on horseback in the red serge.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the famed German architect whose pioneering spirit set him apart from his 20th-century contemporaries, once stated, “God is in the details,” when commenting on the restraint in modern design.
It’s the middle of the night and you’re not sure what’s happening.  Maybe it’s a dream. Am I in bed or on the floor?  It seems like the entire world has turned upside down and might even still be moving. You realize you are indeed awake and this is for real, you’re in the middle of an earthquake. You’re alive and uninjured.  If you are lucky, you’re able to account for the rest of your family.  You quickly determine there is no electricity and no dial tone on the telephone.   Your cell phone is silent, as is the Blackberry.
OPP Airborne protecting the province
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