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Winston Gosse

Ending the "Generation Gap"

Studies show younger generations increasingly consider the elderly to be a “burden on society.” Is that true? What does God’s word reveal?

The Man Who Worked with All His Might

When we think of the telephone and its inventor we likely think of Alexander Graham Bell.

Elected by Men or Appointed by God?

Since the time of Confederation, Canada has held 42 federal elections, with the most recent occurring on October 19, 2015. The 78-day campaign—long by Canadian standards—leading up to October 19 consisted of rallies, TV debates and the traditional door-to-door appeal to the voter for support of their party. The Liberal Party of Canada, headed by Mr. Justin Trudeau, won a decisive victory—garnering 39.5 percent of the popular vote and 54 percent (184 of 338) of the seats in the House of Commons, thus forming a majority government.

Bridging the Gap

Canada's Confederation on July 1, 1867 brought four eastern provinces together to form a new and unified country. To secure their admission, the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were assured that a railway linking them with the two Central Canadian provinces—Quebec and Ontario—would be provided.

Be Strong and of Good Courage

A massive explosion occurred on December 6, 1917 in the harbour of Halifax, Nova Scotia. At precisely 9:04 a.m. the French cargo ship SS Mont-Blanc, loaded with 2,400 tons of highly explosive wartime cargo, collided with the Norwegian ship SS Imo. Within twenty minutes, a fire ignited the explosives on the Mont-Blanc, resulting in a disaster causing horrific damage, injury and loss of life.