Out-of-town colleagues settled in the boardroom here at work for a quick meeting. After some pleasantries they made a point of marvelling at last week’s paper – the size, the extent of coverage and the appearance of a healthy business community.
Everyone has a story to tell. Some are true, some are fictitious.
“There’s lots to unpack there,” was the answer when we questioned our reporter about the “Freedom Convoy” that headed east through Puslinch last week.
That’s right – find a quiet place and get lost.
Despite hooking up the snowblower this past weekend in anticipation of the big storm of 2022, the snow still fell.
“The fire is taking off.”
Watching the premier’s press conference earlier on Monday was, in a word, deflating.
What lies ahead? It is tough predicting anything these days.
We suspect there will be a time of quiet reflection on Christmas Eve this year.
News of the potential secession of the Town of Erin from Wellington County was something we greeted with immediate disbelief.