Conversing with a neighbour the subject came up about this global pandemic we all face. They farm…
For the first time in probably generations, there wasn’t a family gathering for Easter last weekend.
Keep the faith
For Christians, the coming weekend is a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ after he was executed on the cross. It is a tenet of their beliefs.
Apart yet united
The last time neighbours called around to check on each other was an ice storm years ago.
‘We’re in this together’: A message from our publisher
Last week, after a tsunami of ad cancellations, we made the difficult decision to reduce staffing. We are currently operating with a skeleton crew – to ensure residents continue to receive the local news they need as events unfold.
Love thy neighbour
Within the pages of the Advertiser this week is a colouring page – open to all ages.
Thank you to our advertisers
Thank you to our many advertisers who made the conscientious choice to continue advertising with us…
A hundred per cent
Much has changed in the past week. What has not, is the sincerity and vigilance with which local officials navigate the COVID-19 crisis.
It’s a real thing
Blame who you want, but the uncertainty and fear surrounding COVID-19 is very real. Friends at a…
‘Plategate’ not just Toronto issue
With certainty, license plates just aren’t what they used to be. That goes for politicians, too.…
After many years of hiding from its taxpayers, the municipality of the Town of Erin has been…
People peddling people
Society has advanced in so many respects, affording opportunities for a better life than known in…
The news still goes on
Speaking with a fellow newspaper publisher elsewhere, we commiserated over the revenue struggles in January and February.
Exit stage left
If the intent earlier this week was to exit stage left and go unnoticed, Peter MacKay failed. To be…
The challenge of our times
Earlier this week, the eyes of the world descended on Auschwitz, where survivors met to honour the…