Orillia’s Samuel de Champlain Monument

Exploring the history of the monument and its role in 21st century Canada By: Gregory McGrath-Goudie   Anyone who has visited Couchiching Park this fall has likely noticed the absence of one of its key landmarks: the Samuel de Champlain monument. Erected in 1925 as Read More …

The Argus Reviews: Cambrian Improv Players

Caution: contains mature content By Savanah Tillberg, Arts and Culture Editor Several brave souls took to the Finlandia stage this past Saturday September 23rd to participate in Cambrian Players Improv Club’s (CPIC) first improv comedy night of the season. CPIC is a division of the Read More …

More of the Same Is Not the Answer

Lynn Beyak and the Danger of Misinformation in Government By: Kelsey Raynard, Contributor On September 1, 2017, Senator Lynn Beyak of the Conservative Party of Canada published an open letter on her website entitled: “More of the Same Is Not the Answer.” In this letter, Read More …

Just a Swingin’

Swinging Flies for Trout By Alysia & Elke Littleleaf, Littleleaf Guide Service   Our story I’ve never attended fly fishing school or any kind of class period. I learned it all from my husband Elke Littleleaf, who learned fly fishing from books and spey casting Read More …

Cellphone Photography 101

Tips and tricks for getting professional quality photos with your phone By Nancy Tillberg   Is cell phone photography REAL photography? It’s a big question for anyone who loves photography, but especially for those who have previously worked with or spent gobs of money on Read More …