movingtheworld- by Wendy Priesnitz

The phrase “OK Boomer” is having its day, both on social media and in offline situations. My first reaction when I saw it a while back was to laugh it off as one of those pithy statements and memes inherent to social media, where nuance goes to die. I saw it as a sarcastic way for people under a certain age to express their justifiable anger and frustration at the state of world – as many generations have done before them. . .

roof - by David Beverly-Foster

It struck me that people don't talk much about human rights anymore, so I looked though the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, which I remember from high school. I'm also trying to ground my perspective from a place of morality, instead of starting with 'what rural Canada is' as my grounding point, as culture is wont to do!

As it turns out, most people. . .


- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

Last evening we published an article about ...

metalscrap- Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

A few council meetings ago, Owen Sound resident Harold Crigger stepped up to the microphone at public question period and asked about the spikes and nails he was riding his bike over on city roads.

A councillor asked staff how often the gutters were cleaned on city streets, and. . .




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