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”....

Cheers to local media

Every time that we pick up a local paper that is dedicated to informing their readers of the local issues, local events and local...

Wind beneath one wing

There has been a lot of effort put into economic development in North Grenville over the past decade and more. Box stores, lots of...
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History and hysteria

It is not often that History is as much in the news as it has been for the past few weeks. Sadly, there has...

Local news poverty

In the past week, CBC radio have had two programs dealing with what has come to be called Local News Poverty. The idea is...

Municipal magical mystery tour

As we continue to wonder whether to expect snowstorms or spring, spare a thought for our municipal representatives and senior staff who are labouring...
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Fighting for the future

Last year, the Kemptville Youth Centre (KYC) lost its leader and architect to a better career opportunity. Former Executive Director Robin Heald was a...

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)...

Heritage is who we are

This is our annual Heritage Week issue of the Times, and we are featuring a range of articles, photographs and ads to celebrate the...
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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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