The Oct. 7 federal election debate seemed to take off smoothly until about five minutes in, when Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer laid into a blistering attack on Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau.
This week I was surrounded by entrepreneurs of all stripes when I attended the second annual Innovation Expo in Guelph.
The greatest lesson I’ve learned this year is this: never underestimate the power of gratitude.
Last week’s column considered the Federal Bank in Guelph and Walter Cutten’s Guelph Banking Company, which the Federal Bank supported.
Whether you call it “affordable” or, as some local politicos are terming it these days “attainable,” the cost of housing is a major issue in communities of all sizes across Canada.
It was many years ago that our then in-house historian and friend Steve Thorning lent me the work of Ida Tarbell.
It’s here! The fall edition of Business Leader is hot off the presses! This time we chose to…
Nine years. 468 payments. One lease. One bank loan. Paid off.
The following is a re-print of a past column by former Advertiser columnist Stephen Thorning, who…
Gotta hand it to Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, who has managed to embroil himself in the most…
A branch of history that is both intriguing and frustrating to pursue is the one dealing with changes in the natural environment.
A new tea shop is coming to Elora. However, The Wild Tart, will be more than your average tea shop.
The temperatures were warm last weekend, a final farewell as the official end of the summer, but we had to close all the windows.
Someone marveled the other day at the number of promises flowing from party leaders since the federal election campaign started.
If you’ve been trying to decide who to vote for in the upcoming federal election based on positions and policies any of the parties might be expected to pursue if elected, you’ve probably been pretty disappointed in the campaign so far.