Terry Butler

This community has lost a champion with the passing of Terry Butler. Someone who gave so much in time, energy and sheer hard work...

Canadian Apartheid remains an issue

There is an ironic juxtaposition of National Aboriginal Day, which takes place today, Wednesday, June 21, and the Canada Day celebration of Canada’s 150th...
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Hello Goodbye

Well, that must be a record. After campaigning all summer, getting elected in October, sworn in as a Councillor on December 2, attending just...
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We can’t afford to wait

The recent Rural Summit was a first step in a process by which we need to identify the issues and concerns of the rural...
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In the year 2525

Things change rapidly in this world of ours. Climate change, elections surprises, and so many other things, make one wonder where we’ll be in...
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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...

Time for justice at Kemptville Meadows

The letter published below arrived at our office last week, and I think anyone reading it will be touched by the contents. It is...

Oxford-on-Rideau: a home away from home

by Jen Monk I remember that fateful evening, seven months ago, all too well. To this day, it replays in my mind like a recurring...


In the immortal words of the Brothers Gibb (Bee Gees, to you), “it’s only words, and words are all I have...”. Or, as Hamlet...

A little bit more

Following on from last week’s Editorial, “A little bit me, a little bit you”, there are some important points to be made, especially in...
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