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September 6, 2018   ·   0 Comments

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD A person might not like the intensive heat that is usually part of a Canadian summer or a person might not ...

Canada’s 100 days: August 8 — November 11, 1918

BY DAVID TILSON This year, 2018, represents a very special and important year for Canada. It’s not only the 65th anniversary of the Korean War ...

Seek happiness from within

by Mark Pavilons Each generation has its unique challenges and crosses to bear. We Baby Boomers have evolved through some remarkable times, from the radical ...

Rotary Minute

By Jim Firth After losing his leg to cancer at age 18 and seeing the pain cancer inflicted on families, Terry Fox started out in ...

Citizens have right to know

EDITORIAL Are you worried about it? Have you given it a second thought since it happened? Didn’t think so. It seems Caledon OPP want it ...

August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day

by David Tilson There has been much discussion about the opioid crisis in Canada with the growing number of overdoses and deaths caused by opioids. ...

Ontario’s lakes and shores beckon

by Mark Pavilons The new school year is approaching and teachers will invariably ask their students what they did over the summer. I think a ...

Rotary Minute

By Norma Gamble For years now we’ve been writing you about the Rotary Club of Palgrave that meets every two weeks      (starting September) ...

Bullying back in the day

EDITORIAL The TV commercial says it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Some on social media are figuratively dancing on their keyboards over the ...

The lonely red Tory

Written By LAURA CAMPBELL As many of you know, I was a candidate in the most recent provincial election. It was a wonderful experience because ...

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