December 2018 Archive

ODSS Bears win over NDSS in payback game

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville District Bears got a little payback against the Norwell District Secondary School Varsity Reds when the two teams met a ...

Westside juniors in second place after taking first loss

By Brian Lockhart The Westside Secondary School Thunder hosted the Centre Dufferin District High School Royals for a battle for first place in the District ...

Stayner ahead by nine points in Junior C loop

By Brian Lockhart With only a dozen games left in the regular season schedule, the Stayner Siskins are holding on to first place in the ...

Holiday reflections

By Tabitha Wells Last Christmas brought with it a number of changes in our lives. A new nephew, with another nephew or a niece to ...

The Christmas battle for peace

By Constance Scrafield They lined the trenches, many of them barely more than boys. Across the sodden field, there were more trenches and more men, ...

Christmas memories

By Brian Lockhart Everyone has that favourite Christmas memory. Maybe it was that time you really did find a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200 shot ...

Road salt and the environment

By Martina Rowley This year’s winter is predicted to be long and very snowy, if the long-range forecast and early snowfall are anything to go ...

Climate change: progress in Poland

By Gwynne Dyer Global warming is physics and chemistry, and you can’t negotiate with science for more time to solve the problem:  more emissions mean ...

Could anything be done?

ONE STORY GIVEN precious little attention by most Canadian newspapers concerns an investigation by the federal Competition Bureau into a deal by the country’s two ...

Battling a constant killer

NEWS THAT NEW FEDERAL legislation enables police officers to issue roadside breath tests at will should be music to the ears of everyone who operates ...

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