Now that we’ve reached, as we knew we would, the “should vaccines be mandatory?/do we need a passport?” debate stage of the pandemic it’s been interesting to watch the reaction of the political set.
Ironically, the same crowd that downplayed COVID-19 because it “only” affected about three per cent of Canadians and “only” killed about 0.7% is now somehow extremely concerned about their 0.018% chance of having an adverse reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine.
It was the summer of 1999 that my life changed forever.
People should never forget where they come from. That certainly was the case for a local man named…
It may sound a bit cynical, but the old adage about residents only caring about the 50 feet on each side of their driveway bears some truth.
Local municipal councils seem, perhaps understandably, reluctant to get involved with dog parks…
“Your appointment has been cancelled,” read the first email received after returning back to…
Declared stuck in the past and suffering from antiquated thinking, memories of a mentor years back came to mind.
There has been great debate about whether Canada Day celebrations should be something that happen this year, in light of the recent revelations involving the recovery of the bodies of more than 1,000 Indigenous children who have been missing.
A unanimous vote in Centre Wellington is almost cause for a news story itself. How the issue of bike lanes on Highway 6 (St. David Street North) in Fergus became a galvanizing force for a council that couldn’t even pass an agenda weeks earlier is a mystery in itself.
Rarely a fan of acronyms, this is one people need to know: PFD.
The year was 1937 when Herbert Morrison was dispatched to cover the arrival of the Hindenburg in Manchester Township, New Jersey.