It was bound to happen at some point, but we find ourselves dealing with a number of head-scratcher moments in recent weeks.
The announcement that Grade 9 and 10 students in Ontario will require one mandatory shop class is good news indeed.
Open Mind: ‘You look pretty good for your age’
Age is one of the first things we notice about people. Do they appear young, or are they older? When we categorize people, whether young or old, based solely on age, it can lead to ageism.
Bill C-18 in the news
The Canadian government’s answer to displaced advertising revenue is to force Google and Facebook to give money to news organizations.
Avoiding the issue
Wellington County councillors made a perplexing decision at their Feb. 23 meeting when they voted down a proposal to hold a discussion on the possibility of moving the county seat to a location actually within the county.
Imprimé à Montréal (Printed in Montreal)
A last is almost always followed by a first. This will be the first time the Advertiser is printed out of province.
As Russia finishes year one of pounding on its neighbour Ukraine, posturing visits are underway.
A hot sweaty day was interrupted spontaneously by a pelting rain shower in Dallas, Texas.
During a particularly raucous weekend I recall a frantic call from editorial staff. It happens in this line of work.
Quite the cartoon
Before this day and age, where every show imaginable is on demand, cartoons and kid shows were a Saturday morning routine for many. Oddly, shows from our youth still get airtime.
Resist the urge
According to Caledon OPP it wasn’t that late at night when a motorist pulled up in an Audi sedan to offer assistance to a driver who appeared to be having car troubles.
A year of clarity – we hope
As 2022 ended and 2023 began, the notion that the planet’s inhabitants need to get real began in earnest.
Have fun – but not too much fun
The way holidays fell this year, many companies have closed up shop this week.