Like being a dad, a husband, a published
author and driving taxis for 12 years. Now,
I am thankful and content.
Ross Edward Carne
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Sail and life Training Society (SALTS),
a charity which mentors 1,700 young
people each year aboard two tall ship sailing vessels, has relocated its headquarters in the harbour of Victoria, B.C., after
its former site was redeveloped. After
a year of searching, SALTS has found a
new home on Victoria’s waterfront at 451
Herald Street, overlooking a marina that
will provide winter moorage for its two tall
ships. The miraculously small relocation
expenses (about $150,000) will be drawn
from funds saved up since 2005 when
the charity first learned of the potential
need to relocate.
For best contemporary christian/
gospel album of the year at the Junos,
Canada’s mainstream music awards:
Colin Bernard’s Hold On; Manafest’s
Fighter; Newworldson’s Rebel Transmission; The City Harmonic’s I Have A
Dream (It Feels Like Home); and Thousand Foot Krutch’s The End Is Where We
Begin. The award will be announced and
given April 21 in Regina.