People in Ontario are in a cranky mood.
Federal Liberals need to take ownership of problems
I am a white male educator who teaches history with a focus on social and racial inequality as well as English Literature and Media Studies, so I figured since everyone else has been pontificating about this issue, why not give it a shot.
Tecumseh tribute erected with best of intentions
Tecumseh tribute must be culturally appropriate
April is Daffodil Month and during National Volunteer Week the Canadian Cancer Society Chatham-Kent Community Office would like to thank the many Society volunteers who lead in the fight against cancer. Volunteers are at the centre of all we do! Together we’re fighting back to achieve our mission.
Storm clouds over Trudeau
Rural divide begins in Toronto
Council vote revealed self-interest
Common sense says pile-driving caused well failures
Several residents the North Kent project zone were recently told that the Ministry of the Environment has agreed with the North Kent developers,
I read in Monday's Chatham Daily News online that the provincial environment ministry states that the turbine construction has not had a negative affect on water wells. This is despite the fact that residents were encouraged to have baseline water tests to compare with post-construction water quality. There are many wells that have had a long histo
In Ellwood Shreve's article in The Daily News (Feb. 7), Mayor Randy Hope commented on the Highway 401 barriers that "there is only so much provincial money available for infrastructure projects.”
Councillor Doug Sulman: Thank you for nixing the proposed $218,000 increase for three new area supervisors.
The Jan. 27, 2018 issue of The Chatham Daily News quoted Chatham-Kent Mayor Randy Hope saying he will likely seek another term because “loves the excitement of the deals.”