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Shiny Things

In a recent interview given by the Mayor of North Grenville in the Kemptville Advance, he chatted about the coming year and the big...

Heritage is people!

This week Ontario is celebrating Heritage, one of the more understated weeks in the Ontario calendar, unfortunately. For many people, the word “Heritage” refers...
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Country roads

It seems strange to think now that, back in 1997, when amalgamation was the main topic of conversation, the Council of the Town of...
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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...
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I read the news today

These are strange times for newspapers in Canada. A recent survey across the country shows that in the last ten years, more than 16,000...
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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...

Mixed up confusion

This is a strange time for the Municipality of North Grenville. On the one hand, public energy has helped prevent the closure of the...
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Here comes the sun

I don’t know about you, but I would like, for a short while at least, to forget about snow in April, coming elections (in...

Time for justice at Kemptville Meadows

The letter published below arrived at our office last week, and I think anyone reading it will be touched by the contents. It is...
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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...

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