Destructionists erupted with great cheer and jubilation in downtown Montreal as a statue of Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, toppled to the ground.
Usually when the last week of August caps off summer, parents are as excited as kids knowing back…
We were still at the old office downtown when word slipped out that Groves was ambitious to renovate its aging facility.
Time is short, but families have a great chance to honour veterans who served their country in previous armed conflicts.
No doubt many Ontarians utilized the recent Civic Holiday weekend as intended, to reflect on and…
Remember when everything seemed so easy? Galas, award nights, sidewalk sales, festivals and local…
Remember the good old days when conspiracy theorists were confined to their parents’ damp, dark basements, justly isolated from the rest of the world?
What a time this COVID-19 pandemic has been.
It seems like everyone is going camping these days – people at work, friends of friends and far away relatives enjoying a few days roughing it.
The chance to get a haircut – at long last – was a welcome moment.
It has often been said a community newspaper is a reflection of the community it serves. Roles reversed this past weekend and the community reflected on its community newspaper.
As journalists, we are tasked with many vital responsibilities, perhaps none as important as calling out injustice on behalf of those who do not have a voice or those whose voices have for centuries been ignored - or maimed or killed into silence - by those in power.
A few years back a human resources trainer held some workshops here with my managers on new techniques and strategies to make work a happier more productive place. Of course, all workplaces have their quirks, different personalities and goals.
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.