Governments must act when it comes to fuel prices

It should come as no surprise that as gas prices continue to skyrocket across the country, instances of fuel theft are increasing as well....
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Candidate interviews to be published next week

On June 2, Ontario voters will elect the Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs) who will form the Province’s 43rd government. In a democracy, it...

Another blow for community newspapers

Earlier this month, it was announced that Gravenhurst printing company McLaren Press Graphics will close its doors at the end of the month. This...

Fleeing the Russian monster

by Olena Usovich February 24, 2022. In the early hours of the morning, Russia began a full-scale invasion of Ukraine - an independent, sovereign state....
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Proposed prison gets more attention

In case you think that the issue of the proposed prison for Kemptville is fading from the public conversation, think again. In the past...
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Debunking vehicle registration myths

by Brandon Mayer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Last month, news broke that Ontario would be eliminating the need to pay yearly registration fees for most...

Signs of an election in the air

You know spring is coming when you see the air filled with returning birds, not to mention the melting snow and brown look to...

Mixed signals from Ontario regarding health workers

In a move to help hospitals recover revenues lost during the covid pandemic, the Ontario Government has  allocated $572.3 million to hospitals across Ontario...

The perils of rental insecurity

by Brandon Mayer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Those who rent their homes, rather than owning them, know all too well the insecurity that renting can...

A century of progress

Every week, the Times is produced by a staff where women outnumber men by 2 to 1. Women have taken a leading role in...