Category: Editorial

Editorial

Pardon me Mother Nature, were we in your way?

By the time you read this, one of the fiercest and more lethal storms of this century will have started to fade from your memory. Lives have been unfairly taken by a storm not experienced by many in Ontario in years....

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Ask questions about issues that concern you

Farming has been the backbone of society for as long as there has been grass huts in a small village on an ancient grassland. Everything begins with food, how to grow it, how to prepare it and cook it. You begin the long...

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Wear a hat and bring an umbrella just in case

The expression dodging a bullet could never have been more applicable than it is today. Mother Nature lobbed the Covid-19 virus at the world and it stuck fast here and there. We all pitched in to make sure the virus had nowhere...

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Encouraging women in ag

Women have long been an active part of the farm.  For a lot of farms, it takes a team that may include a couple or a family, but it is a team. International Women’s Day is March 8, 2022.  The theme for 2022 is...

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We don’t all think alike

No matter what your beliefs are, we all have developed our own stance on topics. Social media has been a place to share valuable information and to increase awareness of many topics. But when and where did it come down to that...

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One potato, two potato where is that potato?

Usually when a piece of machinery breaks down there is a reason for it that you can hold in your hands. When a bureaucracy shudders to a halt it’s not so easy to spot what part of the political machine is broken. The current...

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