October 2014 Archive

Embarrassed Canadian

 To the Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 23 I found myself on the channel that shows QUESTION PERIOD at the Canadian Parliament  that is suppose to ...

Harper’s refusal to attend global climate summit a shame unacceptable

Climate change is a global problem that requires a global solution. We need determined leadership to make progress, but that can’t happen if our Prime Minister can’t even be bothered to show up.

The devil is always in the details

To the Editor, I would like to thank Jim Eadie for his recent article concerning the various communications from Daryl Kramp that we, his constituents, ...

Who cares

Who cares? The candidates do; that is why they are running.

‘Rhoda Report’ looks at accessibility issues in Bancroft

By Jim Eadie The old expression “walk a mile in my shoes” applies only if you can walk. Local 22-year-old woman Rhoda Dickinson was able ...

Sisters in Spirit working to end violence against women

The violence against Aboriginal women in this country is a national tragedy. It is also our national shame.

From North Hastings to New York

Hastings Highlands resident shares insights from Peoples’ Climate March

Lions sponsor first aid training at NHHS

By Tony Pearson North Hastings High School principal Ken Dostaler thanks Bancroft Lions President Bryan Adams for the club’s donation to the ACT training program.  ...

Manor residents enjoy art exhibition

By William Kilpatrick On Tuesday, Sept.r 23  the residents of Centennial Manor were treated to a special art show put on by local artist Arne ...

Village Playhouse goes to the dogs

“Rescue Me” blared out over the Bancroft Playhouse sound system as “Runway for Runaways”, Saturday’s fashion show on behalf of Home Again animal rescue, came to an end.

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