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Ring them bells!

By the time you read this, the amazing series of events leading up to Christmas will be just about finished. No, not the last-minute...
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New Kid in Town

How many times over the last months have we watched and read the news from around the world and felt deeply grateful that we...

Jailhouse blues

The news that the provincial government are planning a major correctional facility in Kemptville came as a genuine shock to the community. Even the...
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Education Minister playing games with communities

The spin which was being put on Education Minister Mitzie Hunter’s statements gave a very inaccurate impression of what is happening in rural schools...
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Who are you?

Long time ago, in the days of yore, cows got branded. So did outlaws, deserters and witches, apparently. But in our up-to-date, modern society, everything is being branded....

The Heart of a Town

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always liked small town downtowns. Whether it be on a day off when I was a camp...
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Down the rabbit hole

This is a time that would get the most optimistic feeling a little paranoid. I write a couple of articles some months ago about...

You can do better

I’ll admit it. In 2015 I voted for Justin Trudeau. After almost ten years of Conservative reign, I was excited by Trudeau’s “sunny ways”...
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The Ontario election campaign has started

With just four months to go before the provincial election on June 7, the campaigning has already begun. The Ontario PCs are dealing with...

Climate Change: A northern perspective

Over the past few months, there has been a lot of talk and debate in this newspaper about climate change. Some people have warned...