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Losing touch with reality

Something very strange happened at the Municipal Council meeting on November 27. The meeting opened with a statement, read by Mayor David Gordon, in...

Time to talk

As readers will note this week, there has been some confusion in Council about a number of issues and Mayor Nash has been somewhat...
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True lies

“What is Truth?” That question is probably the most repeated biblical quote around these days. The phrase “fake news” has entered into our dictionaries...

Happy Birthday to the North Grenville Times

Last week, The North Grenville Times celebrated its fifth year as a weekly newspaper in North Grenville. At a party surrounded by friends, advertisers,...
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Who owns Heritage?

There’s been some hard thinking done recently on the subject of heritage. This week, we have learned about the draft agreement between Ontario and...

A year of death and division

This is our annual Remembrance Day issue, and we have, naturally, concentrated on the year of 1917, one hundred years ago, and a pivotal...
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Think for yourself

Democracy: the worst possible system, except for all the others. What a good definition that is. One of the benefits of the internet has...
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Lay your burden down

The municipal Council have had a lot to deal with recently. In the last Committee of the Whole meeting, issues discussed included a new...
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I want to tell you

One of the more imaginative initiatives of the Municipality of North Grenville has recently come to an end. At the beginning of last year,...
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My Generation

Last week, as you shopped for groceries before Thanksgiving, or planned a family get-together for the holiday, you may have heard about the Federal...

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