As the GPS, standard in most cars and smart phones completes its directions and a vehicle pulls up to the address a cheery maiden announces, “You have arrived.”
Our impulse control is clearly not in check this morning, so please excuse the rant on a subject that has been our passion for closing in on four decades.
They still call it MBWA – management by wandering around.
Our niece Courtney can’t get enough of Taylor Swift.
For generations of Wellington County residents, a smash and grab at a local retailer hit close to home.
One didn’t need to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos this month to understand something is wrong with how the economy works for the vast majority of people.
2024 is the year for you to do you. That might sound a little selfish, but from what we have seen in recent days, the world is a better place for those who do their level best for others.
People do care.
The snow started falling this past Monday, but who knows whether it will last.
The number assigned to increased grocery costs for the average family of four next year is $702. If times weren’t difficult enough, Canadians will likely see another chunk of a week’s wages heading to basic needs.
Over the weekend, brazen thieves stole 88 rims and tires from vehicles at the Arthur Chrysler dealership.
Having “the talk” with kids does not need to be embarrassing, but it can be a little uncomfortable.
In recent weeks we have been thinking about the past – more specifically, people and their impact on us.
A few years back travelling on a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Shanghai we noticed a grand-dad keeping a close eye on his grandson.
Like most Canadians, we find Fall a tough season. Yes, the colours are wonderful and the cool…