Canadian Apartheid remains an issue

There is an ironic juxtaposition of National Aboriginal Day, which takes place today, Wednesday, June 21, and the Canada Day celebration of Canada’s 150th...
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The end is not yet

Way back in 1989, an article appeared which caused a great deal of commotion worldwide. It was called “The End of History?”and was written...

Terry Butler

This community has lost a champion with the passing of Terry Butler. Someone who gave so much in time, energy and sheer hard work...
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Back home again

They say that travel broadens the mind, and perhaps it is true that you get a different perspective on things when you’ve been away...
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Fighting for the future

Last year, the Kemptville Youth Centre (KYC) lost its leader and architect to a better career opportunity. Former Executive Director Robin Heald was a...
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Who’s next

It’s finally over. Gazebogate appears to have ended with what could be best described as a whimper. At the Council meeting of May 8,...

Hard habit to break

I’m never far away from my phone, it’s beside me 24 hours a day. I use it for work, pleasure and it allows people...
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Just a song before I go

By the time you read this, dear reader, yours truly will, in the grace of God, be far away from North Grenville, and even...

The neverending story

The culmination of two years of work on the part of the Oxford Mills Community Association may have been finally validated at last...
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A period of transition

The current municipal council is in the third year of its term, and may be beginning to think about the election coming up at...

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