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North Grenville families stressed about back to school

Local school boards are busy devising plans for when school resumes in a few weeks, and the requirements and suggestions are examined in another...

Let’s not mess this up

There was a certain amount of relief around North Grenville when Premier Ford announced that we would be entering Phase 3 of the re-opening...

Time to support your local businesses

by Shelley Mitchell The roller coaster ride of the pandemic hit me hard, and my emotional wellbeing hit an all-time low last week. I came...

What a Time to Be a Nurse!

by Councillor Doreen O’Sullivan When the World Health Organization (WHO) proclaimed 2020 the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, little did they know exactly how...
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What Can I Do When There’s Nothing To Do

by Elisabeth Lamble I went to the window and looked down my street. Everything’s quiet, there’s no-one to meet. No bikers, no walkers, no kids playing ball No...

A good deed repaid

In this time of an international pandemic, it is worthwhile to consider good news stories, and this one covers almost 200 years of history....
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The Subterranean Isolationist Homesick/ Homeschooling Blues: Part II

by Peter Johnson, Upper Oxford Mills Greetings North Gremlins. I don't know how much longer we will be able to do this (read a local...
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A senior’s look at the war against COVID-19

by Shirley Price The closing words of the Queen’s speech last week brought back memories of the wonderful songs that meant so much to people...
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Now more than ever

None of us have been unaffected by this virus. Our entire worlds have been turned upside down. When I wake up every morning, I...

How the Coronavirus cut my trip short

On March 6, I left Ottawa on the adventure of a lifetime. I, and a few other people from North Grenville, were going to...
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