More on the Ceasing to Think controversy

by Dr Jo-Anne Bell It has been a few weeks since I wrote “Re: Ceasing to Think and the Ensuing Backlash”, and I have been...
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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...

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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A seniors’ view of long-term care facilities – a tragedy waiting to happen

by Shirley Price I hope that the general public feel as angry as I do about the conditions that exist in long-term care facilities in...

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...

It is not the answer that enlightens

by Jim Bertram “It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question”. (Eugène Ionesco) Following an initial article, Ceasing to think, which I wrote several...

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...
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Why North Grenville Needs to Attract More Millennials

By John Pankhurst For some time now, North Grenville has been doing well. The local economy continues to grow, with an unemployment rate that is...
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COVID may be making needed changes to our way of life

by David Herman By the time you read this we will be 10 weeks into this isolating and social distancing. How are you doing? What...
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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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