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Garbage in, Garbage out

Computers are strange things, aren’t they? I mean, we give them such respect and authority, as if they were somehow more reliable and knowledgeable...
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In the year 2525

Things change rapidly in this world of ours. Climate change, elections surprises, and so many other things, make one wonder where we’ll be in...
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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...

A Bridge of Hope

Greetings from small town America! Right now, I am sitting on a boat along the banks of the Mohawk River on a stretch of...

Words

In the immortal words of the Brothers Gibb (Bee Gees, to you), “it’s only words, and words are all I have...”. Or, as Hamlet...
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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...
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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....

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...

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...

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