Scepticism re Climate Change and expert opinion

by Paul George I have been reading with interest the letters on climate change between Dr. Jo-Anne Bell and non-scientists. Since the non-scientists have expressed...
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A Test of Trust

by Harmen Boersma Is NG a united or divided community? Or is it wishy-washy? One week the NG Times reports about the inclusiveness (oneness, unity)...
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The Jail : A democratic solution

by Jim Bertram If we are even to begin to assess the importance of “the Jail issue”, we must establish a few criteria which will...
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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...
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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...

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...

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...

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...
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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...
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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...