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Fundamentals of Journalism

by Victor Lachance Should newspaper owners or editors be free to write articles about God or their religious beliefs in their newspaper? I say no....
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A Better Environmentalism

by Craig Stevenson Carbon taxation has taken on a near-religious quality, with its advocates firm in the belief that it must be implemented to halt...
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Covid and Seniors’ Homes: What Happened?

By Jim Bertram As everyone who has not been asleep for the last five months knows, Covid-19 has become a part of our vocabulary. This...

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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Second sobering thoughts about June 1 Celebrations in Kemptville

submitted by Harmen Boersma Pride Month has taken off in North Grenville for the first time; it has been called “historic” in the EMC headline....
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A reply to Fundamentals of Journalism

Victor Lachance and I have agreed to discuss this topic in the paper after corresponding with each other over a number of months. We...
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Consultations? What consultations?

The NG Times spoke with Jim Bertram recently, as part of our Conversations with... series of podcasts. The topic was, naturally, the proposed prison,...
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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...

Is this the end?

The Times has heard from a number of people who complain of two things: these Climate Change articles are going on and on, without...

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...