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.
I can’t speak for my colleagues, much less thousands of Advertiser readers, but after eight weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, I am spent.
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.
Within the pages of the Advertiser this week is a colouring page – open to all ages.
Much has changed in the past week. What has not, is the sincerity and vigilance with which local officials navigate the COVID-19 crisis.
Blame who you want, but the uncertainty and fear surrounding COVID-19 is very real. Friends at a…
With certainty, license plates just aren’t what they used to be. That goes for politicians, too.…