It would be around this time of year the chicks were ready for pickup at Bonnie’s Hatchery in downtown Elmira. Driving past the other day we were reminded of a visit more than 40 years ago.
Wide world of sports
With kids on the ice for spring hockey and parents enjoying a beverage in the viewing area, somebody cranked up the volume on one of numerous televisions.
Misery loves company
When Warden Lennox catches up with the Western Ontario Warden’s Caucus, we suspect he will find…
One of a kind
There are very few things in the world that every human since time began has in common.
God save the king
For the first time in seven decades, citizens of the realm will celebrate the coronation of a new monarch. On May 6, His Majesty King Charles III will celebrate his coronation along with Her Majesty Queen Camilla.
Time to move on proposals
Housing is needed – it’s as simple as that. The answer to meeting that demand is far more complex.
Rubber chicken circuit
Life is busy, so much so that the time left after kids’ sports and after-hours responsibilities leaves little time to attend social events. It is a big deal to go out.
She was a southern belle, old Becky. In today’s world that reference might be offensive, but in…
No answers this week
It was bound to happen at some point, but we find ourselves dealing with a number of head-scratcher moments in recent weeks.
The announcement that Grade 9 and 10 students in Ontario will require one mandatory shop class is good news indeed.
Bill C-18 in the news
The Canadian government’s answer to displaced advertising revenue is to force Google and Facebook to give money to news organizations.
Imprimé à Montréal (Printed in Montreal)
A last is almost always followed by a first. This will be the first time the Advertiser is printed out of province.
As Russia finishes year one of pounding on its neighbour Ukraine, posturing visits are underway.