Ingredients: ½ cup shortening ¼ cup butter 1 cup granulated sugar 2 eggs 1 tsp. vanilla 1 ½ cups flour 1 tsp baking powder 1 kg candy canes Directions 1. Preheat oven to 375°F. Cream together shortening, butter, and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs and vanilla. Mix together dry ingredients and blend into … Continue reading Mrs. Galpin’s Stained Glass Window Cookies
It’s THAT time of the year again Lisgarites! The month of December has several different meanings for different cultures around the world, however, one of most prominent icons is that of christmas tree, and as soon as people start buying christmas trees they start thinking about which type of tree to get: real or fake.
According to a report done by CTV, when people that are shopping hear Christmas music, they are actually reminded to buy presents. Should this be allowed?
By Miriam Ahmad-Gawel The second music night of the school year, Winter Music Night, held on December 11th in the alumni auditorium, was a major success once again. Alisa Klebanov, a twelfth grade student, was featured as a soloist playing Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor, and received a standing ovation at the end of … Continue reading Music Night Recap
By Katie Dolgikh (Cappies Critic) During the first four months of school, the grade twelve drama class was hard at work on their production of Kill Me, Deadly. Traditionally, the grade twelve production is an annual highlight for drama students, and this year was no different. Each member of the class contributed both onstage and behind … Continue reading Review of Kill Me Deadly
Events and spirit weeks aren’t very spirited anymore. First, there was the low-key Welcome Wagon week, then the dance was cancelled. What’s next for Lisgar students?
The school year is only nearly half over, yet it has brought plenty of changes to our school. Lisgar used to revolve around Student Council and its many fun and engaging events for Lisgarites. Now, the younger generations of Lisgar students are ushering in a new era of school spirit: one where diversity in interests plays a large role.
A personal message from our down-to-earth, leather-jacket-wearing, motorcycle-riding principal, Mr. David McMahon, who will be retiring at the end of this semester.
The U.S.-China climate deal will put pressure on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to make greater progress on reducing Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions as he heads into an election year.