Fear and a lack of trust

In past protests and conflict situations, it was sometimes typical to see mask wearing protesters holding a line against police, but last week in...

Femicide

March 25th marked a historic date in the House of Commons in its 154-year history. It was the first time in our history that...

There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in

This has been a good first week for me as the Editor.  I was so pleased to see all the respectful citizens who participated...

Why not?

If you are like me, you get annoyed whenever you are on a zoom meeting and your screen freezes, or you are on a...

What a long, strange trip it’s been

Céad míle fáilte. Welcome to our special St. Patrick’s Day edition of the Times. In these days of restricted travel and forced isolation, we...

Homeward bound

Can you see the light at the end of the tunnel? Is there a sense that we’re finally coming out of the dark place...

Thoughts on International Women’s Day

by Nancy Peckford On behalf of myself and my Council colleagues, we join with communities across Canada, and around the world, to celebrate International Women’s...

Every breath you take

A few weeks ago, I wrote a somewhat tongue in cheek article about self-service cash machines, and I got the predictable comments about being...

Has Capitalism killed Journalism?

by Lorraine Rekmans When I was a young reporter working at a small town newspaper in 1989, the challenges to cover local news effectively and...

Another brick in the wall

There is one aspect to the entire Shop Locally campaign these days that has been somewhat neglected. It is really assuring to note that,...