The success in getting along with others on a social outing is to avoid three subjects, for they…
D’oh won’t cut it
Cartoonists within the catchment area of the GTA had a field day using the notorious Homer Simpson…
Editorial: A local touch
It took a while staring at a blank screen to figure out what it was that I really wanted to say about a new newspaper for north Wellington.
Fine with capitalism
An introduction to different world views started years ago when I attended a night course at the University of Guelph.
New year, new decade, new outlook
2020 represents another decade and a next chance at “better”. Eventually it will serve as…
We all have choices
Regardless of age, wealth, culture or personal circumstance, we all have choices when it comes to dealing with others.
CBC needs to let it go
Earlier this week Ontario’s first female premier was honoured at Queen’s Park when her official portrait was unveiled.
Pick up the phone
A friend told us the other day about a troubling family matter. His children, long absent from the…
‘You people’ and ‘us’
Perched over the Toronto Star in the lunchroom one of our senior reporters, not known for saying too much, mused aloud about Don Cherry’s front-page coverage.
Rushing out the door last week, one headline jumped off the page….. “Guelph-Eramosa seeks $10.4-million grant for new Rockwood recreation complex”.
Efficiency and all that
As this newspaper lands on front stoops and in mailboxes throughout the county, representatives at county council will be having their October meeting.
Working for all Canadians
Canadians, often heralded for their pleasant dispositions and congenial ways, are losing that…
The choice is local
As seems to be the case in recent memory, the choice this election boils down to local representation.