Take me to the river

A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but a river is a different matter. The atmosphere in the Times office has...
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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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Municipality ambushes BIA

You may have read elsewhere about the changes made by the Municipal Council to the proposed annual budget for the Kemptville Business Improvement Area...
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“Mon Canada – A New Year’s wish

by Jim Bertram Today, I am writing a New Year's wish. For my country. For my fellow citizens. It is a wish for well-being, success,...
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And so this is Christmas…

Everyone has a favourite Christmas carol or two. Some are older, religious ones, like “Away in a Manger”, or “Joy to the World”. Others...
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We can’t afford to wait

The recent Rural Summit was a first step in a process by which we need to identify the issues and concerns of the rural...
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Down the rabbit hole

This is a time that would get the most optimistic feeling a little paranoid. I write a couple of articles some months ago about...
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Lay your burden down

The municipal Council have had a lot to deal with recently. In the last Committee of the Whole meeting, issues discussed included a new...

I read the news today….

As we go to print (Monday night), Canada Post has postponed its decision to lock out its employees, which would have meant that there...
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I Can See Clearly Now

One of the great buzz words in recent elections at the municipal level has been “transparency”. Every candidate seems to promise that, should they...

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