The chance to get a haircut – at long last – was a welcome moment.
It has often been said a community newspaper is a reflection of the community it serves. Roles reversed this past weekend and the community reflected on its community newspaper.
A few years back a human resources trainer held some workshops here with my managers on new techniques and strategies to make work a happier more productive place. Of course, all workplaces have their quirks, different personalities and goals.
Before there were memes and countless digital reflections, political cartoons were offered up as illustrations of life.
A couple decades ago I was regaled with the story of Smiley, who grew up in a small town in old Waterloo County.
CBC breaking news at press deadline quoted anonymous sources within the Canadian Armed Forces claiming seniors were not being looked after properly in long-term care facilities.
It was such a relief to hear last Thursday that some businesses would get the chance to reopen beginning Saturday and into this week.
Again this week, several friends and acquaintances have passed away.
It is hard to believe six weeks have passed since COVID-19 took over the front page of this…
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.
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.
The last time neighbours called around to check on each other was an ice storm years ago.
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.
Within the pages of the Advertiser this week is a colouring page – open to all ages.