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drainbuttssmall - by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

A city councillor remarked at Monday's meeting that the cigarette butt situation in another municipality councillors recently visited is far worse than Owen Sound. Presumably the councillor was referring to Ottawa, where councillors attended the AMO (Association of Municipalities of Ontario) annual conference.

Of course this is not surprising as...

graphsmall- by David Clark

Back a few years (fall 2017/winter 2018) the mayor of Owen Sound came up with the tagline of “30,000 people by 2030” -or something like that.

I have been thinking on this, off and on, for a while and decided the math needed doing. Is “30 by 30” a reasonable projection...

Hub in its placeby Anne Finlay-Stewart

When I was invited to write for the Owen Sound Hub in 2013, I had no idea what a perfect remedy it would be for the long funk that had settled over me after a fire destroyed both the reality and the future ...

welcome- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

It is right to speak up if you think something is wrong. It is right for the authorities to look into it and for the media to ask questions.

But what happens after the investigations are over?

westgreyclimatewarriorsTwo of them could just be seen above the podium, but the voices of the young women who made the case for a climate change emergency resolution at West Grey Council on July 30 were strong, and their message was clear. The text of their comments is here:

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