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farmersmarketJust a heads up to Owen Sound Farmers' Market Vendors and Customers. We will have some visitors to Market at 11 tomorrow who would like to change how you view and act in the world. Currently the Market does not allow other groups to do this (religions) but if one couches it in protest or better yet as an artistic protest activity one can...

american football blur changing room 271741Sex is the one three letter word in the English language that has the power to make us turn red and shift in our seats. It is a natural part of adult life but most of our communities haven’t found a way to talk about sex freely and openly. When we’re uncomfortable it’s easier to avoid a subject than it is to talk about it. When we find the courage to talk about sex and sexual violence our conversations are often limited and private but we can’t create an open culture with closed...

private property- by Keith Currie, President, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

Trespassing on farm property is a growing concern for Ontario farmers. From rural trail hikers detouring into a pasture to ATV drivers ruining crops, farmers have dealt with all types of unwanted visitors on the farm who leave varying degrees of damage. The latest threat to farmers, especially...

stewtaylor1- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

In the inaugural issue of the Owen Sound Tribune, July 18, 1996, Mayor Stew Taylor introduced his column "The City" - reprinted below.  He referred to municipal government as "the truest form of democracy" and invited readers to send him their questions and he would do his best to answer them. In this first...

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