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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...

Sam Gaw: A Life Well Played

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?

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

The North Grenville Council seems to have changed the traditional pattern of governing in this municipality, by working on the first four year financial...

We will remember them

Perhaps the most important aspect of Remembrance Day each year is that we remember them. Them, not the various battles and wars and incidents,...
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Michelle Obama: The teacher you wish your kids had

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

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...