A few weeks ago, Marjorie Durnford and Elsie Dickieson dropped by with a most interesting photograph.
I have never been so grateful for back and muscle pain relievers as I was this weekend. No regrets. I can honestly say I enjoyed Riverfest Elora to the fullest of my personal capacity, if also to the detriment of my knee caps.
In one of the more curious bits of news to cross this desk lately, Elections Canada is warning charitable groups to steer clear of anything resembling partisan politics.
As more and more of our entertainment and social activity moves online and indoors, it’s great to see long-time rural traditions such as local fairs and plowing matches remain popular.
May 25 is early for a big thunderstorm, but the spring of 1896 was an unusual one all over eastern North America.
Problems associated with screen time are on the rise.
Danby’s Jim Estill is at it again. The Guelph-Eramosa innovator and philanthropist who received the Order of Canada earlier this year is once again up for a prestigious award.
It’s finally here, my favourite event of summer: Riverfest Elora.
Ignorance should never be an excuse, but for those with limited interaction with persons with disabilities, lots of us miss the obvious.
It seemed sincere when a candidate had to approve a message delivered to the public. One could argue there was an element of accountability.
Without question, this has been one of my best summers in recent memory and I haven’t even had my week of vacation yet (three weeks and counting).
Prime holiday season arrived in this part of the world over the past few weeks and while the…
As summer is now upon us, many are turning to the latest fad diets in hopes to get that “summer body.”
No political issue in recent memory has aroused as much controversy as the decision of Centre Wellington to allow slot machines at a proposed racetrack adjoining Elora.