A crisp autumn evening with leaves crunching underfoot. Jack-o'-lanterns flickering fro window sills and porches. The streets alive with Star Wars characters, mummies, princesses, vampires, superheroes, and bug-eyed monsters from outer space.
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Congratulations to Marcus Powlowski for being elected as our Member of Parliament in Monday's federal election.
Last month, residents in town were warned, yet again, about being aware of fraudulent or scam phone calls.
This is a refrain that repeats frequently, because we have a larger aging population, and scammers seem to thrive by preying on those who aren't as technology proficient as others, and who then might not be as aware of what's wrong.
Oct. 6-12 marks the 79th annual National Newspaper Week, an opportunity to recognize the critical role that newspapers play in an active and healthy democracy.
News Media Canada—the association that represents the Canadian news media industry—is urging Canadians to show their support for newspaper journalism.
The election is only 20 days away.
Notices have gone out to all electors telling them where they can vote and where the advance polls are.
Today marks “Rowan's Law Day,” the first official day in Ontario meant to help raise awareness about concussion safety.
Rowan's Law is named after Rowan Stringer, a high school rugby player from Ottawa, who died in 2013. She had a condition known as second impact syndrome (swelling of the brain caused by a subsequent injury that occurred before a previous injury healed).
Have we come to expect our politicians to lie to our faces?
The Canadian Press reported Friday Ontario's budget deficit now stands at $7.4 billion—nearly half of the $15 billion Premier Doug Ford claimed he inherited last year from the previous Liberal government.
With school back in session, the streets are seeing more bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
What this means is residents—not just school age children—who are walking and riding bicycles on the sidewalks and roadways must take measures to ensure they are safe and following the law.
Safety must guide us at all times.
Whether we are on a ladder changing a light bulb in our home, painting a ceiling, or operating a power tool, one must always be vigilant to danger.
It is the last long weekend of the summer.
It is also the weekend that parents begin the road trips to colleges and universities across the country.
It is often the weekend that cabins and cottages are closed for the season, and it is also a weekend of the final, big parties at the lake with friends.