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Kindness is free

Many local retail and food service workers are struggling with a simple problem – they just want some kindness. Anyone who has ever worked...
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The right direction

Canada’s second annual Truth and Reconciliation Day has now come and gone. It is just one of many days in Canada intended to celebrate...
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Mental health challenges of back-to-school

The return to school after a nice summer holiday is something that most adults probably remember from their own childhoods as unenjoyable, yet routine....
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OP-ED – COVID-19

I was going to visit an ill friend this past Saturday, but St. Michaels Hospital’s 9th Floor was isolated with a COVID-19 outbreak. This...
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Working toward work ethic

Are we raising a generation of YouTube star wannabees? It’s easy to see what the appeal is for those kids who want to grow...
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Rudderless, Aimless and Hopeless

submitted by William J. Langenberg, (M.Sc. Env. Boil.) Our Governments are Rudderless, Aimless and Hopeless I discovered today when I received a “Dear William” letter...
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No reconciliation without truth

A year ago, Canada was thrown into shock and shame by media reports of 215 unmarked graves being discovered at an Indian Residential School...

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...

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