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Are you ready?

It didn’t take a prophet to predict that 2018 was going to be a really interesting year in politics. With both a provincial election...

Delightful inheritance

“The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; surely I have a delightful inheritance.”So, what did you give thanks for last weekend?...
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Ring them bells!

By the time you read this, the amazing series of events leading up to Christmas will be just about finished. No, not the last-minute...

Coat of many colours

No matter what part of the political spectrum you may occupy, it is always a shock to realise that the “others”, the ones you...

Our House

Much has been said about the imminent death of print media since the rise of social media as a source of information. Much of...

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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Who speaks for you?

That grand philosopher, Heraclitus (not the one from Burritt’s Rapids, the Greek one), once said that the only constant thing in life is change....

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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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...

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...

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