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Editorial: Hub for the arts

June 15, 2017 Editor

It’s an amazing thing. It may be something no one ever expected to happen here in placid South Dundas, but, it has. And, the news is definitely getting out. South Dundas, over the last 12 […]

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Editorial: Minimal wage options

June 8, 2017 Editor

Over 100 years ago, auto maker Henry Ford more than doubled the wages he paid his assembly-line workers. At the time, Ford was quoted in newspapers saying: “If I don’t pay them well, they won’t […]

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Editorial: Seaway at 50

June 1, 2017 Editor

The weekend of May 26-28, 2017, a great many people “came home” to Seaway District High School in order to celebrate a milestone. The high school on the St. Lawrence is now officially 50 years […]

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Editorial: Power of Community

May 25, 2017 Editor

Every person is important all by him or herself. They have power in that they are original and unique; there is no other person exactly like them who has their exact same skills, feelings, thoughts, […]

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Editorial: Coming to Confederation

May 18, 2017 Editor

It’s 2017 and Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday as a nation with festivities planned throughout the country. This week, several area schools acknowledged the milestone anniversary with a variety of “Canada150” events. But, how […]

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Editorial: Acknowledge or deny?

May 11, 2017 Editor

Mistakes are a normal part of life. They happen to everyone. No one is immune. Making a mistake doesn’t define a person, but how they respond to that mistake – whether its acknowledged or denied […]

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In My Kitchen with Janeen Wagemans

May 4, 2017 Editor

Although Canadians get cranky every time someone assumes that we either live in igloos, rubbing noses and chewing the fat (that would be whale blubber) with the neighbours or that we are a quirky appendage […]