Check out stories and updates from former Ranch youth.
Recalling the Wilderness Challenge
Terry Pashe came to Ranch Ehrlo in the early 1970s when it was just a fledgling organization.
Still feels like home
Sandy hasn’t been at Ranch Ehrlo for years but it still feels like home.
In the making
Chad relives his past at Ranch Ehrlo while creating a documentary.
Soaring to new heights
Jane* is moving to Ontario to pursue her dream of becoming a pilot.
Both sides of the fence
Janice Friesen, former Ranch youth and current education assistant at Schaller school talks about her time at Ranch Ehrlo.
Finding a home where you least expect it
“The most important thing in life is your family. Sometimes it’s the family you’re born into and sometimes it’s the one you make for yourself.” Read the story of 19-year-old Emilio Bear. And what he has been up to in the last few years.
Catching up with Joe
Q and A with former Ranch youth Joseph Meays.
Living at the Ranch for over a decade
Dan L’Heureux tells his story as a Ranch youth, an employee, and board member.
Former Ranch youth Aaron Gilbert shares his story about what lead him to Ranch Ehrlo.
From player to coach
Read how Dale made the transition from youth playing in the outdoor hockey league to a volunteer.
Justin, a former youth and employee of the agency, talks about the changes at Ranch Ehrlo in a series of blogs.