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Eve of Destruction

Has something very important been broken in the world? Is it my imagination, or have we reached a new low in human relations and...

My generation

It may be because I am so tired of political news, from Trudeau to Trump, from Brexit to Doug Ford, that I decided to...
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Who speaks for you?

That grand philosopher, Heraclitus (not the one from Burritt’s Rapids, the Greek one), once said that the only constant thing in life is change....

Pressing on

What a strange world we’re living in. One day, history books will be written about these days and the amazing global experience we’re all...
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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...

Let’s do more than talk

Today, January 31, is Bell Let’s Talk day. Since 2010 Bell has been hosting one day a year where they donate five cents for...

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...

I read the news today

This is National Newspaper Week in Canada: a chance to think about the place of the print media in society today and the growing...
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He ain’t heavy..he’s my brother

Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, well-known Irish-American politician, once said: “To be Irish is to know that, in the end, the world will break your...

Both sides now

Now that the neighbouring municipalities of North Grenville and Merrickville-Wolford have completed filling positions on their Advisory Committees, they have reached the point where...
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