There is both encouraging and unsettling news in a recent statement from our local health unit.
Is growth good? Depends who you ask
Discussion at the March 22 Wellington North council meeting took an interesting turn during deliberation on the municipality’s sewage allocation policy.
In essence, volunteering is giving freely of oneself to a cause. The world is a better place because of that inclination to share the gift of time with others.
Vaccinations are the way out of this
As the North Wellington Community News went press this week, parents were once again preparing for their school age children to transition back to online learning.
April showers bring May flowers. That childhood poem came to mind this week. Apart from the obvious…
Imported outrage an online hazard
With genuine concerns from COVID-19 to climate change dominating the daily discourse in this part of the world, you wouldn’t think Canadians would have to import their outrage from south of the border, or across the Atlantic. And yet, here we are. Confused? Bear with me.
Make the most of Easter
It must be a tough existence looking around corners for bogeymen and grounds on which to be offended.
Are we still in an emergency?
It’s hard to ignore the numerous contradictions that flow from the rapid assembly and revision of government-issued pandemic rules and regulations.
Finding a fit
The question for Conservatives this past weekend at their annual virtual meeting seemed pretty simple.
WDGPH ahead of the curve
Despite optimism around the rapidly expanding vaccination program, it appears there really is no easy route out of this pandemic.
Horton hears a lot of hooey
No one cancelled Dr. Seuss, His own people cut him loose. Those who mind the doctor’s wealth…
It’s all about people
There is little doubt as this latest miserable chapter of the pandemic comes to a close that the need for society to do a bit of soul searching is growing stronger. The system has some glitches.