Beverly Blagrave will never forget what it was like to grow up on the family farm near Rawdon.
Verna Asbil’s parents weren’t rich, but there was always food to eat and a place at the table for unexpected guests.
As a teenager Kate Leblanc wondered why her father kept an old German sidearm on display in their home.
Beryl Tovim was separated from her family and sent to live in rural England during World War II when the German air force began its campaign of aerial bombing known as the Blitz.
Wakeham Hall was a symbol and centre of anglophone community life in Gaspé Bay for more than a century, and the subject of this touching tribute by retired nurse and author Ruth Miller Armstrong.