The NG Times Newspaper

The Accidental Treaties

June is Indigenous History Month and the Times has been publishing articles dealing with aspects of Indigenous culture and history. This article deals with...

Making the world a better place with music

Larry Pegg is a man with big ideas, big ambitions, a big heart, and a big desire to make the world a better place....

A city frozen, silent, and motionless

My name is Natalia Rodzikhovskaya, and I am Ukrainian.  On February 24, like many Ukrainians, I woke up to the sound of powerful explosions. We...

Baldwin’s Birds

One of two of my friend's cats brought a real surprise into their house the other day. No, not the usual offering of a...

New Laura Rae single speaks to the reality of grief

Nostalgic Folk singer-songwriter Laura Rae released a new single last week. “Pillow Lines” was released on June 10 by the artist, who lives in...

Baldwin’s Birds

A miserable wet day it is today, as have seen a few others just recently, but the feeding of the new arrivals to the...

Tradespersons’ strike ends after halting construction activities

A labour strike involving carpenters and crane operators has come to an end. Several unions representing the two important professions went on strike earlier...

Back To Basics

by Deron Johnson Despite considerable efforts by the current and previous Boards of Management, many people still don’t clearly understand what exactly a Business Improvement...

Feeding time in the garden

With the extreme weather conditions hopefully behind us, it is time  to concentrate on the job at hand - the raising of the newcomers...

OFA identifies opportunities for economic growth

by Paul Maurice, Director, Ontario Federation of Agriculture We’re now into the final weeks of the provincial election, and Election Day will soon be upon...