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rural landscape- by Keith Currie, President, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

Last week’s provincial budget announcement provided Ontarians plenty of material to sift through. From budget cuts to investment promises, the government appeared to include something for everyone in the 343-page...

watchyouraimWe don't know what had been going on locally in the years before the Owen Sound Herald launched in the fall of 1951.

The author of this unsigned piece on page 6 alludes to scandal, but...

heraldsmall- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

One day someone said that the Owen Sound Hub reminded them of the Owen Sound Herald, a weekly newspaper founded by then-Mayor Eddie Sargent and his sister Marion in 1951. I had never seen a copy of the Herald at that time, so I didn't know whether to be flattered or insulted.

 

opp p0lice july fullI see that your police reports are starting to name names. I guess they call it shaming. By publishing these reports the Hub is agreeing with the practice. First of all these people have been charged and not convicted. Secondly how can we be assured that all names are being published. Would the police publish the name of...

cow calf- by Crispin Colvin, Director, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

Changes are coming to animal care enforcement in Ontario. Earlier this year, the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) announced they would not sign a new contract for their services with the Ontario government. This means that, as of April 1, OSPCA is no longer investigating and...

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