classroom- by Annie Kidder, Executive Director, People for Education

There are many competing narratives about what’s going on in education in Ontario right now. Is there more money in the system? If so, why? How many teachers will be lost? And is this a conversation about class size or money?

There are two things that are important to remember:

babyfeethands- by Kaitlyn Neath

When I was 26 weeks pregnant with our first, I went into early labour and gave birth to our daughter, Braylie.
She had been previously diagnosed with IUGR and was roughly 18 weeks gestational size.
Her lungs were not developed enough for her to breathe on her own.
She weighed just 355g.

The doctor asked us...

plastic jugs- by Peggy Brekveld, Vice President, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

As Canada’s on-farm plastic recycling program celebrates 30 years of turning old jugs into new opportunities, the organization behind it has set a new challenge for the agriculture industry. Cleanfarms is calling on farmers to make 2019 the year that every on-farm plastic...

apartmenthallGrowing need for appropriate attainable housing has brought to life a new group -   "Owen Sound's Affordable Housing Crisis - A Discussion Group". An on-line post from last week defines the problem; we are republishing it with their permission.

The cheapest Owen Sound 1-bedroom apartment listed as available for rent right now on Kijiji, where most local listings are posted, is $750 plus heat and hydro.  At  a very conservative estimate...




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