Bee Thankful

Bee photo Brian Scullion
Photo by Brian Scullion

By Apis Mellifera

My dearest James Bay residents: collectively, we thought it to bee a good idea to let you know a little something about us.  First of all, my sisters and I have lived in James Bay for pretty much all our lives. My name is Betty 672, (at last count, I had 700 sisters named Betty, oh, make that 699, #487 just died, got caught in a cold shadow between houses and crashed to the ground).  I will be 36 tomorrow and my days are numbered.  Don't bee too upset about it though; it's just the way it is.  We have been doing it this way for millions of years, and we can honestly say that we are the most important insect on your planet; we are perfectionists at everything we do.  Don't get me wrong, we're not full of ourselves.  We do what we do because that's just the way life is.

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In this issue...

Tooth Fairies

The Lure of the South Seas

What the Occupiers Really Want, or Things I Learned from the Air India Inquiry

JBNA: Fisherman's Wharf

Hope for a "Good Life"

MLA Report: Hope Needs Real Action

Dickens Craft Fair - A Night Outing

James Bay Community Centre School: A Very Active Year Coming Up

James Bay New Horizons: Activities Galore

Family Centre...Community in Action

Turning Point: Working Together for Democratic Change

So Much Violence

Relax, and Take Care of Your Adrenals

What is the Role of a School Board Trustee?

Is this Work of Art a Public Health Hazard?

Flowing with the Seasons: Autumn

Peekin' at the Beacon


Prayer Changes Things

Dance in the Wet Grass

As the Worm Turns

Saturday, September 24

Book Reviews

Night Soldiers

How to Get What You Want, and Want What You Have

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

Guess How Much I Love You

Letters to the Editor

James Bay Books - Thank You

Outreach Programs at JBCP

Stigma of Mental Illness

Beware of Humans!

Re: "James Bay Is It" - Ugly or Not

Editorial Voice Missing

Recipes by Conni Atwell

Comfort Foods

This Month's Mystery House

November Mystery House

Last month's mystery house was 634 Avalon Street.