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Thursday, 1 December 2016

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Tuesday November 10th, 2020:- Santa will still be arriving in Guelph this year!  The Downtown Guelph Business Association has partnered with the Rotary Club of Guelph to create a safe and merry experience for the community.


A family tradition for all ages, Sparkles in the Park has been organized by the Rotary Club of Guelph for over 25 years and sees tens of thousands of colourful lights installed in Riverside Park during the festive season.  Launching this year on Saturday December 19th and lighting up Riverside Park until December 31st, Santa will be in attendance from 6pm to 8pm on December 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd.


With restrictions to collecting cash on site, the Rotary Club is in the process of developing a family pass similar to their Canada Day Pass.  Visit their website at  for more information.  Also, this is a drive-thru event only (entering the park through the stone pillars entrance on Woolwich Street and exiting on to Marilyn Drive).  Drivers will be required to keep moving and not exit their vehicles as they enjoy the illuminations.  All parking will be eliminated inside the park during the light show.


Youngsters with letters to Santa are encouraged to mail them earlier in the month.  No postage is required, envelopes must include a return address and as always the address is North Pole, H0H 0H0.


Parade organizer Sam Jewell says “we’ve seen parades in other communities change to the drive-by model.  With something as wonderful as Sparkles in the Park already taking place, it seemed like an obvious choice to place Santa amongst such magic and we’re delighted the Rotary Club agreed!”. 


Rotary’s Sparkles In The Park 2020 Co-Chair Paul Taylor Says “ We thank the Downtown Guelph Business Association for their sponsorship this year and their help in securing Santa’s visits to Rotary’s Sparkles in the Park. Tens of thousands of children and their parents and grandparents have made it a tradition for generations to visit the many displays erected by volunteers in the park. It is true that with all Guelph has to offer, families don’t have to leave the city to bring joy and wonderment to their kids of all ages.  From 1 to 101, Sparkles makes you smile”.

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THE WALL chapter ONE Prime Minister from a new novel by Phil Musgrave 
 He was after everything that had happened he was still the Prime Minister of Canada. This was some kind of theme park. Full of rides, truly weird food and people everywhere. He was wearing a wig and dark sunglasses. His personal security was with him as always, but this was a holiday at the CNE with the son Carlton who was now 15 years old. A few people had recognized the child and walked toward them but were confused by his wig and sunglasses and walked away. He was trying to remember the item on the agenda of the G8 summit that had closed only yesterday. “Of course,” he thought, “The elephant in the room had been world population growth.” 18% by 2040.

 He suddenly had this image enter his brain teeming masses of humanity rising global temperature by body heat alone. Was it discussed, No, all he wanted to talk about was the repugnant wall. Yes they had talked about climate change, refugees, world hunger, and that fly in the ointment as he called her Greta.

 He had also been thoroughly briefed on the virus. However he had not discussed some.. Most of the agenda of this G8 with even the closest members of his staff in the PMO. Prime Minister John James Had no Idea what the world would look like in 300 years. The man did however have a grasp of what the world would look like in 10. He did not like it. John James was bilingual; he had grown up in Hamilton and Gone for his Masters to Western. He had come up the hard way through the ranks of the party running in local politics first then regional, provincial and Finally national. 

 He was experienced and astute and street smart. His cabinet he had hand picked himself and the privy council was his stomping ground. His wife Marly was off somewhere with the other kids. He really did not know his children, and really did not want to. His children made him happy because they were a success, Still young but a product of his loins therefore a good reflection on himself. Good Politics involved making or taking opportunities and if you did it right you survived. Although fluent in French he had been shut out in the last election and so was governing Canada, “by consent ,” he would tell his Cabinet. 

“So watch Your P’s and Q’s Especially the Q’s.” The world had changed and was changing faster. To get on the news you had mostly audio bites broadcast over Google minis and car radios people just did not have time anymore. So in a nutshell his world looked like this. Australia was on fire. Their summer came when the Earth was 3 million miles closer to the sun. The heat for the fire was spreading out over the south ocean to Antarctica. The Middle East was in Canada now, immigrants bring their culture here. And the whole world was going protectionist.
“On A planet far away,” John thought to himself, as he stopped to watch the people on this bucket thing swing back and forth. Trying to suck the last of the Summer.


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