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caregiverhands- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

In a season when the elderly and shut-in often draw our attention, the Owen Sound Hub is offering a series of articles to help our readers understand the fragility of the system that cares for our most vulnerable neighbours.

The most imminent situation is the threat. . .

energyThere’s a lot of thanks to go around as environmental activists and Owen Sounders celebrate the resolution passed by Owen Sound Council on Monday, December 2 that directed staff to prepare a report detailing what the city can do to mitigate the impact of climate change. Thanks, of course, to Mayor Boddy and Council, and especially...

human rightsBy Dave Beverly-Foster
Canadians value compassion, equality, and peace—values important to Grey-Bruce. Sometimes my heart swells as we step toward these ideals. Sometimes my heart is heavy, knowing we often don’t live up to this self-image.Today is the last of 16 Days of Activism on Gender-Based Violence, Human Rights Day. On this day in 1948, the United Nations enacted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This Declaration details ...

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By Jon Farmer
It’s the time of year when holiday music is inescapable in public spaces and festive movies and TV specials are filling the broadcast channels from top to bottom. There’s a risk of it all seeming cliché and formulaic but there’s at least one message in those holiday stories that deserves to be shouted from the mountain tops: no one is too insignificant to make the world a better place.

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