Survey findings released in December show sexual misconduct cases in the Canadian military are on the rise.
In a recently published letter by Sheila Whytock, titled “Internationally accepted practice? Yup!”, she continues to discredit any criticism of the proposed NWMO DGR. She accuses the critics of “creating fear and confusion,” suggesting they misrepresent scientific conclusions. It is time that she took her own advice, because her selected examples which attempt to demonstrate […]
Erin Gouthro, watershed ecologist with the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority, brought her passion and extensive research dataset, as well as her co-op student, Eden Babbitt, to the March 28 meeting of the Huron Fringe Field Naturalists (HFFN). Gouthro likens a forest to “a bank of environmental capital” that provides essential services such cooling, carbon capture […]
Do not mess with librarians.
It is with a mixture of sadness and anger that I read the article in the June 29 issue of the Kincardine News entitled “Pride flag creating ‘animosity’ in Huron-Kinloss.” Sadness that this fight must continue to go on, day after day, for so many based on how they choose to live their life and […]
It’s almost impossible to enumerate the harms of school closures, and the real impact can only been seen years from now