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I would like to respond to a letter that Larry Miller M.P. submitted to The Hub on August 20, 2016.
I agree with conservation is necessary but I also feel we need to do it together. First Nation Commercial Fishers and recreational fishers need to stop pointing fingers at each other and work on conserving our precious resource for future generations. I think education is key. I know there are many myths...
By Cathy Hird
One of the most quoted metaphors Jesus used is based on the mustard seed. In one, he stated that the presence and dream of God was like a mustard seed, a tiny seed that grows into a plant that can shelter the nests of birds.
Black mustard can grow to the height of three meters, and it is an annual plant so it achieves this in one season. It is a plant with energy. It is also tenacious. We have a ten acre field which with a lot of wild mustard seed waiting in the ground. Each time it is cultivated, thousands of mustard plants sprout, enough to outdo whatever we intend to grow. Given half a chance, it takes over.
So the metaphor suggests that
Eat Local Grey Bruce has just hired two new interns. Hannah Carroll and Beining Ma will assist with packing orders on delivery days, and will apply their individual skills – Hannah to the weekly management of Eat Local's on-line store and product aggregation, and Beining to the cooperative's communication and marketing.
Both Hannah and Beining grew up in Grey Bruce and have recently returned to the area after completing...
We have heard a lot of anger and frustration over local schools being closed. I understand the lost history when a school closes, but they are operating at far from full capacity. Schools are closing in many towns across the province. It's been happening for years. Students in northern Ontario have lost their local schools and have to bus more than an hour to get to the new amalgamated school.
But is the amalgamation of half empty schools really the issue? Should we not be talking about how to...