Alternative voting held great promise. It was pitched as the answer to dwindling voter counts by granting convenience and access to all voters.
Much gets said in campaign season, but promises and commiseration are ultimately followed by reality.
The relationship between employer and employee can be a tough one, often defined by the culture within the workplace.
“What about the big one?” my boy queried. It was an innocent enough question when mention was…
On a trip to Markham last week, emergency vehicles with flashing lights lined each overpass on Highway 407. Surely there couldn’t be an incident one after the other we thought.
The Highland Games, fall fairs and packed public events – it seems like things are back to normal.
It was only two-and-a-bit months ago that county council shared a toast to the Queen.
News that the Centre Wellington Chamber of Commerce will be abandoning its long-held tradition of hosting candidate nights caused a bit of a flap last week, as it should.
Sure enough, the election sign wars have begun and not just for candidates. Vandals and thieves…
With closing of nominations last Friday, several prominent local politicians have followed through on their plan to retire.
He cast his eyes upon the crowd tittering about his brush with potential death mere days before. They were awestruck.
There is a limited window left to file nomination papers for the upcoming municipal election.
Much of the phrase “health and safety” is made in the workplace but we think it is time homes and families adopt a clearer view of what it means to be safe and healthy. Families are immensely impacted when safety takes a backseat to fun.
Although the brakes were put on last week when Centre Wellington council failed to pass a motion supporting the new hospice project at Wellington Place, all is not lost.
“Trustees still deadlocked on requiring police checks for volunteers” was a headline that caught our eye a few weeks back.