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Time to honour volunteers in Bible Hill
It’s time again to pay special tribute to people who make Bible Hill a good place to live, work and play. Village of Bible Hill Commissioners will once again be holding an annual Volunteer Awards Ceremony in April to recognize and ...
JIM GUY: ‘Camp Auschwitz’ incident at Washington insurrection not surprising
It was shocking — but not surprising — that in a mob comprised of insurrectionists, rioters, racists and extremists, someone would deliberately target Jews by invoking the horrifying memories of Auschwitz. One American rioter was ...
SHERRY MULLEY MACDONALD: Longtime businesswoman has gone Full Circle
A well-known and respected Northside businesswoman recently realized a dream she kept to herself for most of her adult life. Angela Iannetti is the owner and operator of Hair Masters Salon and Career College in North Sydney. She has been working ...
GUEST OPINION: Justice: Retributive versus restorative
I applaud the editorial (Pardon process far too punitive, Jan. 23) about Tina Reilly previously chronicled by Chris Lambie in the Guardian (Seeking fresh start, Jan. 16). The pardoning process in the Americas is more punitive than restorative. In the ...
JASON ALWARD: We are a society divided
With this month’s events of Jan. 6 taking place in Washington, D.C. one is not surprised by all of the social media posts virtuously extolling “it’s better here in Canada”. These expressions of relief are unfortunately ...
NHL PUCK DROPS: Early season storylines worth following
This shortened NHL season is only two weeks old, but there are already some interesting early storylines developing that could be worth following throughout the schedule. Here’s a look at a few of them. • The Montreal ...
To 'kill some winter boredom' UPEI student union launches video game co-op service
The UPEI student union has come up with a new service to help students beat winter boredom and stay safe during COVID-19 – a video game co-op that gives them free access to video game consoles and games. Jose Gonzalez, vice-president of ...