April 22 is one significant date on the calendar easily remembered.
Shortly the county will be engaging in a series of meetings to bring awareness to local housing issues similar to those plaguing most built-up centres across Canada.
There are great expectations of those in elected office to choose their words wisely.
Anyone interested in running for council needs to circle April 21 on their calendar.
It could be an age thing, but has anyone else noticed how easily millions and billions slip off the tongue these days?
A few weeks back a supplier contacted us to say change was coming. The plant where the Advertiser and Community News get printed each week would be closing.
As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches the two-year mark and many restrictions are lifted, we hope we have seen the end of the nonsense Canadians have had to endure over the last six weeks.
International affairs are not normally the purview of a community newspaper, but it’s impossible, even from our sheltered corner of the world, to ignore the globe-shaking impacts of the horrific Russian attack underway in Ukraine.
Despite the great news that a measure of normalcy is returning in Ontario, we heard more “excuse me(s)” in recent days than at any point in the last two years.
This past Monday at 8pm representatives in the House of Commons confirmed invocation of the Emergencies Act.
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.