The dream is always the same. It’s also in black and white. I’m on the witness stand in a drab…
Ottawa protest unlikely to end well
As the ironically named “Freedom Convoy” wound its way across the country to inflict a lockdown on the City of Ottawa it became, somewhere along the way, one of the most counter-intuitive efforts of its kind ever.
Freedom for all or free-for-all?
“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.
Not quite a record
Despite hooking up the snowblower this past weekend in anticipation of the big storm of 2022, the snow still fell.
Flat as a pancake
Watching the premier’s press conference earlier on Monday was, in a word, deflating.
If it’s ‘not a coverup’ what is it?
A key moment in the provincial government’s press conference announcing the latest pandemic…
Maxime’s maxim motivates mockery
Shortly after People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxine Bernier tweeted “Both the vaccinated and unvaccinated can spread the virus” on Dec. 9, a hashtag started making the rounds on Twitter.
Four months shy of April Fools’ Day
News of the potential secession of the Town of Erin from Wellington County was something we greeted with immediate disbelief.
News that our county library system will be adopting a no-fine culture for overdue material isn’t earth-shattering news. It does however offer a glimpse into emerging attitudes on public resources.