This is a topic that keeps coming to mind, especially in the wake of a somewhat fractured relationship (or relationships) that appear to be part of the political landscape in the City of Sarnia.
A brief comment in the news last week caught my eye.
Canadian colleges play a key role in building a more inclusive Canadian economy.
Some things need to be cleared up as to why City Council approved this latest reprimand and sanction of Mayor Mike Bradley, as recommended by the Integrity Commissioner (IC).
My cynical friend, who wishes to remain anonymous, (Bob) wonders why Donald Trump didn’t have two inaugurals–one in Washington, DC and the real one in Moscow.
According to the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, NASA and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, 2016 was the hottest year ever since detailed records were kept, coming in at 1.3 deg.
Over the years, our first past the post electoral system has given us some bizarre results.
One of my favourite writers is Seth Godin, a marketer extraordinaire who has written several thought-provoking books, one of which is “Tribes,” which has a lot to do with creating groups of people, large or small, who are connected to one another.
This is a message that won’t be received positively by many who read it.
I began what I’ll call this “journey of words” nearly six years ago (November 2010 is when this site went live) but what’s Lambton Shield really all about?