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Time’s up on Bell Let’s Talk

Last week, Bell Canada held their 10th annual “Bell Let’s Talk Day”. It’s a day when the telecom giant encourages people, online and through...
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Kelvin’s top tips for a regenerative society

by Kelvin Hodges Building takes work. Here are some tips to build a regenerative society. First, stop all pesticide and herbicide use. This will greatly reduce...

Aggregate Wars Return

by Jim Bertram It was revealed in December that Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health is justly concerned about water pollution by potential new gravel pits that penetrate...
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Farmers, diets and climate change

by Colin Creasy While I was pleased to see that my last letter regarding farming practices has generated debate, I am a little disappointed that...

We do need to change our habits

by Jason Byvelds, Farmer Having read some recent contributions to the NG Times, I'd suggest Colin Creasey and Kelvin Hodges actually read the regulations and...

We need to change our habits

by Colin Creasey I would like to take this opportunity to comment on a recent letter from farmer and EV driver, Jason Byvelds, and his...

Overuse of the Standing Ovation

submitted by David Herman I went to that know it all source, of everything WIKIPEDIA, and it tells me that a standing ovation is a...

How global climate change improves everyone’s life

submitted by Kelvin Hodges I find the debate over the effects of CO2 and the resulting change in our climate absurd. Laughable. And there are...

In my opinion – The election and Western separatism

by Dan Driedgert, Kemptville resident The election of 2019 is now history. We are now left with a deeply divided country. So much so, that...
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Some thoughts on Campaigns and Parliaments

by David Herman Well the election is over and regardless of your political preference, I do not think very many Canadians are happy with the...
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