Opinion

Editorial: The beginning of the end

On June 5, 1944, Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower, privately and quietly prepared two personal communiques. One communique announced a successful landing by the combined Allied forces on the coasts at Normandy, the establishment […]

Opinion

Save the train, again

Nearly 20 years ago, a group from the South Dundas community rallied to save the train just outside Upper Canada Village. Individuals from all over our area rallied to clean up and paint the steam […]

Opinion

Editorial: Trash talk

One of the recurring themes in South Dundas recently has been the issue of what to do with our trash. Both municipal landfills are in need of replacement/expansion. Council and staff are in the process […]

Opinion

Editorial: The new normal

Seasonal flooding appears to be the new normal in this region. Severe flooding is wreaking havoc on residents and businesses across the region, which is heartbreaking considering many of those affected had just recovered from […]

Opinion

Editorial: The party budget

The Ontario government tabled the first budget of premier Doug Ford’s mandate on April 11 and it is the largest budget in provincial history. Ford’s budget spends nearly $5 billion more than his predecessor, Kathleen […]

Opinion

Editorial: Eighty-two

Depending on a person’s perspective, 82 could be considered an insignificant number. Or it could just be a number large enough to silence a roomful of people. In fact, 82 is the number of children […]