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Super schools – Not such a super idea

The Upper Canada District School Board Accommodation Review has been a hot topic over the past few months. With the final opportunity for presenting...
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Teach your children

We have just marked a special Remembrance Day: the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. As always, the phrase that was...
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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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Song for a winter’s night

We are all used to celebrating our country in the warmth of July. Outdoor events, parades, food and drink and games feature prominently in...
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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...

A year of death and division

This is our annual Remembrance Day issue, and we have, naturally, concentrated on the year of 1917, one hundred years ago, and a pivotal...
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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...
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Who are you?

Long time ago, in the days of yore, cows got branded. So did outlaws, deserters and witches, apparently. But in our up-to-date, modern society, everything is being branded....
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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...

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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