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Changing of the guard

The impact of the recent North Grenville Rural Summit continues to be felt, and not only in the municipality. Elsewhere in this issue you...

A call to farms

by Woody ArmourThe price of food items is rising faster than the inflation rate, as many have noticed. In addition, the actions of this...

Safety should be a priority

It’s always kind of exciting when Kemptville gets in the news. I always loved to hear The Branch get mentioned on the CBC’s All...

Energy East Pipeline – Show us the evidence

by Chris TurnbullThe TransCanada Pipeline, or Energy East, if approved, would be 4600 km of pipeline transporting diluted bitumen from Alberta to a marine...
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Education Minister playing games with communities

The spin which was being put on Education Minister Mitzie Hunter’s statements gave a very inaccurate impression of what is happening in rural schools...

Blowing in the Wind

A small act of resistance was offered by the North Grenville Municipal Council recently to the tidal wave that has been sweeping renewable energy...

Sometimes we cry

There are two wonderful books parodying traditional history texts. One is “1066 and All That”, and the other is “The Comic History of Ireland”....
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Eve of Destruction

Has something very important been broken in the world? Is it my imagination, or have we reached a new low in human relations and...

Standing on guard

In late June that year, word got round that there was a young foreign family newly-arrived in town. They were staying in a hotel...

Rights and privileges

There are certain rights and freedoms we value in Canada, perhaps especially in North Grenville. After all, we have had experience in the past...

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