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one worldThe harsh reality we face is that we have a window of opportunity to mitigate the potential catastrophic consequences of climate change that confront our children, our grandchildren and many generations to come.

The climate change crisis is real. It impacts us all every day. According to the World Health Organization, more than seven...

Owen Sound Police Service SUV4 600x400- by John A. Tamming

Owen Sound is a stunning and compelling place to live. But it consists of a relatively tiny 8 square miles and 21,000 residents, more or less. The population pops up during the day, but no one really knows how many commute in and out of the city. So let’s just stipulate that the daytime population moves up to 26,000.

To police this modest town, we have a whopping 40 full-time police officers. . .

greathornedowl- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

Now that the conversation about policing has been started, it may be time to start sharing our stories. Here is one of mine, recent enough to be fresh in my mind.

Two months ago I was out taking some photos around the community in a. . .

walkerton heritage water garden- by Eric Coleman

Ontario has had a great deal of history with deregulating, and privatizing, services. Many times we have gone through the process of relaxing regulations, and many times we are given harsh lessons on the costs that come with that deregulation.

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