An introduction to different world views started years ago when I attended a night course at the University of Guelph.
2020 represents another decade and a next chance at “better”. Eventually it will serve as…
Regardless of age, wealth, culture or personal circumstance, we all have choices when it comes to dealing with others.
The festive spirit of Christmas will soon descend in earnest.
Earlier this week Ontario’s first female premier was honoured at Queen’s Park when her official portrait was unveiled.
It’s become an annual trek that gets better each fall.
A friend told us the other day about a troubling family matter. His children, long absent from the…
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”.
As this newspaper lands on front stoops and in mailboxes throughout the county, representatives at county council will be having their October meeting.
Canadians, often heralded for their pleasant dispositions and congenial ways, are losing that…
As seems to be the case in recent memory, the choice this election boils down to local representation.
The Oct. 7 federal election debate seemed to take off smoothly until about five minutes in, when Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer laid into a blistering attack on Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau.
It was many years ago that our then in-house historian and friend Steve Thorning lent me the work of Ida Tarbell.
Someone marveled the other day at the number of promises flowing from party leaders since the federal election campaign started.