sunshine- by David Clark

The Sunshine list for 2023 is out and many of us will be up in arms at how many in Grey Bruce are earning whopping big incomes. And, although my subjective self  feels many of the salaries on the full provincial list and the Grey Bruce list are out  of whack with the reality of how many of us manage to live with far, far less. And so many are living below the poverty line, living day-to-day.

It just feels wrong, especially when many of those on the upper echelon are making decisions about those near, at, or below the poverty level  ...

power plant 7518647- by Douglas Nadler

A long-awaited UN synthesis climate report tells it like it is. We’re on thin ice.

During the last few years I have often quoted UN Secretary General António Guterres in these articles. As the leader of the UN he should inspire people and countries to take notice of grave humanitarian and ecological situations. He advises us to act ...

RobertPope Sparrow 1989 leadin- by Dr. Kelly Fenn

Talking about dying is hard, but it won’t kill you.

Perhaps you have heard about health literacy – the degree to which an individual has the capacity to obtain, communicate, process and understand basic health information and services to make health decisions.

But what about death literacy? Death will happen to each of us. Understanding and normalizing this shared human experience ...

owensoundtaxhouses2- by Jim Hutton

The Solution

To Ease the Pressure on Families ...

owensoundtaxhouses1- by Jim Hutton

The Problem

There is no question we are facing a crisis in housing and homelessness throughout Ontario. Housing affordability is a reality facing many families. Some are forced to rent inadequate accommodations that just don’t meet their family needs while those dreaming of home ownership are just priced out of the market. Canadian Urban Institute’s report released in 2019 cited


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