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WHAT’S NEXT IN CLIMATE CHANGE? THE FACTS!

by William J. Langenberg, M.Sc. Agr. Climatology, Env. Biology, formerly Kemptville College The Kemptville Campus (formerly Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology) has a Climate Station,...

Do you know what type of pension you have?

by Daren Givoque, Financial Advisor, O’Farrell Financial Services When it comes to employer-sponsored pensions, there are two types of plans: Defined-Contribution Pension Plans and Defined-Benefit...

Baldwin’s Birds

By the time that you are all reading this, the good/bad political news will be over and done with, hopefully, and we can settle...

Baldwin’s Birds

Good morning faithful readers, Having given my recent attention to one of the largest of the birds in the area, namely the Osprey, for this...
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FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH:

by Peter Johnson (Upper Oxford Mills) While having a coffee and ruminating in our vehicle, on our way to yet another gig, the lead guitarist...

Birds and animals out of the front window

Where has the year gone, as we speed into September and another month of the persisting pandemic as well as the upcoming Federal Election?...

Proxy voting can give youth a voice

Local musician and songwriter Larry Pegg wants Canadians to consider offering up their vote in the upcoming election to youth. He says, "This election,...

Cassiopeia The Queen

by Gary Boyle - The Backyard Astronomer As the sun sets in the west, the sky slowly turns pastel shades from light to dark blue....

Baldwin’s Birds

by John Baldwin This week, with the daily temperatures soaring into the thirties, bird activity in the garden has tended to slow down a little;...

Wardrobes and Budgets

By Sarah Chisholm Financial Advisor, O’Farrell Financial Services Grab your favourite cup of tea or coffee and let us build your back to work wardrobe.  As more...