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Redemption song

The times may be a-changing after all, who knows? The Municipal Council passed a resolution at their last meeting to have the Franco-Ontarian flag...

Editorial: A Municipal Wish List

This is the season for wishes, so let us make some municipal wishes. Our wishes would include a municipal swimming pool, a cheese factory,...

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...

Undermining the foundations

by Neil PringleI’ve been a resident of North Grenville since 1991. I attended North Grenville District High School, and, in 2009, my brother and...
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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...

Canada in the news

The people of the United Kingdom are facing a choice in June: whether to stay in, or leave the European Union (once known as...

Business as usual

The official motto of the United Counties of Leeds & Grenville is: “Where lifestyle grows good business”. I’m not exactly sure what that means,...
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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...

On oil prices, poverty and the strong Canadian economy

By Heather SansomWhile procrastinating really, just thinking that despite the trendy panic (peer pressure, group think, propaganda dare I say, maybe even social bullying)...

Carry that weight

The Times recorded an interview with Ken Gehrels, a volunteer with the group Refugees in North Grenville which was posted on our Facebook...

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