orangecrates- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

Some local photographers' pictures have shown up in Toronto in ads for Owen Sound without the artists' permission (an error now rectified) and we thought  it was time for a reminder about copyright.

Creators own the rights to the work they create. Period. They can sell the rights to their work, they can even give them away, but only the creator can do that.

soy tractor 400x300- by Tibor Csincsa

This article is in response to ‘Agriculture visions collide in Africa,’

Declaring the modern ‘American way’ approach to agriculture science-based and suggesting other traditional methods, especially European, are something less than that, is a shallow statement at best and, at worst, ignorant.

brucetrailclosed- by Anne Finlay-Stewart

Humans are a social species of animal that depends on co-operation with others for our most basic needs and greatest achievements. As interdepent as we are, our deep capacity for selfishness seems counter-intuitive.

It's not new to this past year, but it certainly seems that the pandemic and ...

portraitsofloss“Portraits of loss: One hundred lives, felled by an overdose crisis”  by Andrea Woo and Marcus Gee
This recent Globe and Mail photo essay puts names, faces and families to some of the 20,000 Canadians lost to opioid overdoses in the past five years.

Two local grandmothers, well-respected in our community, responded. ...

satelite image- by Barbara Fletcher

When I was a kid back in the Iron Age, I took the Grade 12 law class when I was in grade ten.

I remember the part about expropriation, and we all thought it was a ...


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