How the Coronavirus cut my trip short

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

Sam Gaw: A Life Well Played

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by Doug MacDonald, with an assist from Sam Gaw Sam Gaw born in Kemptville March 27, 1926 was raised in Bedell and Kemptville. Sam first...
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Do Canadians know, or care, about Indigenous issues?

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by Lorraine Rekmans This is an extract from the podcast series Conversations with David. For the full conversation with Lorraine, listen to the podcast at...

Municipality is planning ahead

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The North Grenville Council seems to have changed the traditional pattern of governing in this municipality, by working on the first four year financial...
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Michelle Obama: The teacher you wish your kids had

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by Christopher Macdonald Generally, my enthusiasm for attending crowded events, to see public figures who require high levels of security, is tepid at best. I...

Historical aspects of global warming

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by Dr. Fred Schueler "Since the day that Arrhenius first did the math" in 1909, the calculated greenhouse effect of carbon dioxide has remained within...

Interview with Michael Barrett, Conservative Party candidate

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In a series of interviews with candidates in next month’s federal election, the Times sat down with Michael Barrett of the Conservative Party. NG Times:...

The Problem of Plastic Debris in Ontario’s Parks

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by Christopher MacDonald When we think of the impact of human activity on nature, images of plastic conglomerate adrift in the Pacific Ocean, or refuse...

Today’s Society is disconnected from Agriculture

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by William J. Langenberg, former lecturer Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology One of my relatives took her grandchildren to Upper Canada Village for a day....

Women supporting women

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North Grenville is taking up a challenge to raise funds for a women’s hospital in Cambodia. In last week’s Times, we wrote about the...