Opinion

Letter to the editor

October 17, 2017

Is polio dead?  No.  Not quite.  The disease which once was a scourge of the world is still out there – almost eradicated but not quite. This month – Polio Month [...]

Private property and the Bruce Trail

October 10, 2017

I had a chance to talk last week with the executive director of the Bruce Trail about changes to the walking path in the local region, and she made some points worth [...]

Preventing Financial Abuse of the Elderly

October 5, 2017

Financial abuse is the most common form of elder abuse in Canada. Financial abuse often starts after a health crisis or after the death of a spouse. A lonely senior in poor [...]

A Time for Thanks

October 3, 2017

This weekend marks another very special weekend for most Canadians. It’s Thanksgiving and time to slow down for a few days, get together with family, friends and loved [...]

Presidents Cup Preview

September 26, 2017

The 2017 PGA tour season finished up this week with the Tour Championship. The final round saw numerous players take the lead, but eventually Xander Schauffele took the title [...]

Finding Your Wheelhouse

September 18, 2017

Finding Your Wheelhouse To be a top performer in any sport, you need to be physically fit, coordinated and the have the ability to “be in the zone”. Players on the PGA [...]

Fall- Time for a Tune Up

September 12, 2017

The first day of fall is Friday September 22nd and if this year is anything like last year we could be playing golf well into the month of October. This means only one thing, [...]

Dean Hollin Captivates Sold Out Crowd

September 11, 2017

At the recent Thornbury Jazzworks concert held at the Marsh Street Centre, Dean Hollin performed his musical biography of Cole Porter “Cole~Hearted”with gusto and [...]

When to Buy New Clubs

September 5, 2017

There are a number of reasons why you may be considering purchasing new golf clubs. If you are not happy or confident with your current putter, wedge or even your driver, [...]
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