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Light at the end of the food inflation tunnel?

July 28, 2022   ·   0 Comments

By Sylvain Charlebois Once again, the numbers coming out of Statistics Canada were discouraging. The food inflation rate in the country was 8.8 per cent ...

Thank a nurse

By Brian Lockhart One of the online forums I frequent and contribute to on a regular basis, posed the question: “who is your hero?” A ...

Homestay business

By Christine Ibbotson Ask The Money Lady Dear Money Lady:  We can’t earn enough to save anything for the future.  My husband works two jobs, ...

Tunisia: The Last Arab Democracy Goes Under

By Gwynne Dyer Tunisia would seem to have everything going for it. Average salaries are the third-highest in all of Africa’s fifty countries, just behind ...

All the [War] Crimes

By Constance Scrafield So. Last Friday Russia and Ukraine signed a deal in Istanbul, Turkey. The deal was largely brokered by the UN and UN ...

Riding in a Yuke

By Keith Schell When I was growing up in the country outside of town in the 1960’s, the highway by our house was in poor ...

SHIP and Headwaters mourn loss of Louise Kindree

By Paula Brown Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) and non-profit partner Services and Housing in the Province (SHIP) are mourning the loss of long-time board ...

County council proclaims Aug. 31 as International Overdose Awareness Day

By Paula Brown Dufferin County will be raising awareness for overdose and addiction next month with the 6th annual Overdose Awareness Day event. During their ...

Second ‘Little Library’ unveiled at Lions Club Sport Park

By Peter Richardson Take two girls, one library and initiative, mix together and what do you get? Not one but two ‘Little Libraries’ in Orangeville! ...

Johanis’ Karate School recognized with first Old Mill Hub Award

By Sam Odrowski A local business that teaches self-defence, karate, and the “art of fighting without fighting” is being recognized with a new annual award ...

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