The expression “you sound like a broken record” seems quaintly anachronistic to younger generations. They haven’t known the jarring repetition of a needle as it skips, interrupting their favourite song, tracing a scar in the vinyl that never heals. Read More
When I heard last fall about the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s selection of London as an international City of Music — the only Canadian city to receive that designation and one of only 58 worldwide — I thought it was a shrewd move. Maybe even a bit of a coup, masterfully achieved by […]
Lately, Dave Chappelle has been sucking up all the air on the subject of comedy, and when it goes too far.
The past two decades show we must never again be complacent about infectious diseases
Connecting in person: It was encouraging to see a strong delegation from the Bruce area at the recent Canadian Nuclear Association 2022 annual conference, a gathering themed “Together for Net Zero.” The municipalities of Kincardine, Saugeen Shores, Huron-Kinloss and Brockton were all represented. So were nuclear companies that operate in the Bruce area, including Ontario Power Generation (OPG), its […]
Back in the day, when “progressive” and “conservative” could be used in the same sentence, when provincial governments were consumed with building great public assets such as schools and hospitals, the Ivey family in London created a foundation.
“Oh, my God. I can hardly buy groceries for my family anymore. They’re out of reach.” Bernice Rink, a mother of three, said to a U.S. national public radio station in 2021, in the midst of the pandemic.