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Tolerance : A Two-Way Street?

by Jim Bertram Last week’s paper included an article on the front page concerning the rink proposal put forward by the Southgate Church. Numerous points...
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The Kemptville Jail

by Willem Van Dam As a voting citizen in the community of North Grenville, I wish to express my concerns regarding the placement of a...

Where I stand

by Councillor John Barclay It’s always good to go right to the source to get your information. The following are transcripts of two comments I...

Lessons on reclaiming wetlands

One of the more controversial developments in North Grenville in the last decade has been in the Northwest Quadrant, that area lying between County...
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Op-Ed: Vaccine mandates prove the death of free choice

Since when does the government have the right to make my medical decisions for me? That is the question nagging at me as I...
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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...

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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Mega-Prison: Breaking News from the parallel universe

by Stephen Hammond from the future After consulting with the public concerning the new Kemptville prison, and given the increasing criminal activity across Ontario, Queen's...
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Credit where credit is due

Personal Column by Lorraine Rekmans I want to say that I have never been a fan of the Conservative Party of Canada and I do...
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Sustainability – Earth Hub

by Joselyn Morley Very few of us can redirect everything that we use out of the landfills. Our society worships consumerism. Success is shown by owning...