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denae2- by Denae Jenings, BScN, R.N.

I write today as a Registered Nurse, patient advocate, community partner and as someone interested in improving the health care we receive in our region. For most of my professional career I have worked in either the publicly funded health system that is accessible to us all, or provided supplementary coverage to fill a gap in home care.

paintedhouses- by David Beverly-Foster

There’s a lot of talk about housing affordability lately, for good reason. Without going too far and risking the detainment of my friends, people are resorting to some pretty ‘creative’ means to get by, but only when they’re lucky enough to have access to the space to set up a tent, camper, shack, tiny home, or hole up in a barn. Many people have. . .

climatepanelScott Taylor, senior planner for the County of Grey, had this to say when asked what declaring a climate crisis means, at the Climate Action Team's panel discussion:

“It sounds like a great way to raise awareness and inspire others to do the same, whether it’s people that might be in the council chambers or whether it’s people that might read about it through the media or. . .

metoo 2859980 1280By Cheryl Grant Although the “me too” movement was started approximately 13 years ago (2006) by Tarana Burke, a sexual harassment survivor, the movement went viral after Alissa Milano suggested the #metoo for social media to show the magnitude of the issue in 2017. Looking back over the last few years, it is interesting to see how this movement has influenced our society.

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