Reflections of Pride

Dear Editor: Reflecting on the Second Annual Kincardine Pride Parade, I have been wondering what I can possibly add to the media reports, online comments...

Reader says “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”

To the Editor: Follow-up to letter on Sex-Ed “I was wrong and you were right”. Ask any married couple and they will undoubtedly tell you that...

30th annual Rotary Huron Shore Run thanks the community

Citizens of Saugeen Shores: We have completed the 30th annual Rotary Huron Shore Run with another successful year added to the history of the event....

Kincardine celebrates Pride

To the Editor: In a long and proud line of Pride celebrations in many locations throughout Pride month, Kincardine Pride gets it done. In a show of...

Education Minister praises Indigenous students’ presentation on Residential Schools then axes new curriculum

On Sunday last (July 8th), my partner and I were attending a Truth and Reconciliation Dinner at a church in Southampton. We found ourselves...

Invisible Wounds Conference

To the Editor: I am writing requesting assistance in informing your readers who would like to learn more about developing skills to assist with dealing...

A different view of the world from a train

To the Editor: The time is 6:30pm and the beach is winding down from a joyous day of family, friends and loved ones who enjoyed...

Train is part of heritage and memories says reader

To the Editor: There are things in our collective lives and hearts that are important to us beyond monetary measure. The train at the beach in...

Beach development plans spark controversy

To the Editor: The town council of Saugueen shores should be transparent and post or advertise the minutes of the meeting held last night about...

Beach train raises concerns

To the Editor: This letter is exactly right. The train is a huge part of Port Elgin. My family has been  in the town for 57 years and...