Category: Editorial

Editorial – Favourite Part Of Holiday Weekend Came As A Surprise

Editorial - My favourite part of the weekend came by surprise on Sunday, July 3, 2022. Let me first say,

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Editorial – OPP Corporate Communications Never Seem To Get It Right

Editorial - Whether it’s the old guard or stubbornness, the Ontario Provincial Police Corporate Communications never seem to grasp

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Editorial – Cobourg Police Get Scolded by Irate Driver on Father’s Day

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI_nTqlBBtk (Video - Viewer Discretion Advised) Editorial Thankfully it’s something police don’t normally encounter. But while out for a evening stroll on

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HKPR District Health Unit – See Yellow? Give Animals Space to Prevent Bites

By Richard Ovcharovich Manager of Health Protection HKPR District Health Unit As a dog owner and lover of all things canine,

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Editorial – Enough Excuses Make The CCI Prom Parade Happen

Editorial - Enough excuses - make it happen. It was over the weekend that Today’s Northumberland first heard that Cobourg

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Editorial – Time for This Guy To Grow Up

Mistakes happen and yours truly made one today. Road rage can happen. And I actually preach what people should do

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Northumberland County Paramedics Celebrate Paramedic Week

By Rebecca Buchta/OPSEU Local 381 May 22nd marks the beginning of Paramedic Week in Ontario. This is our time to

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Editorial – Damn The Victims of Crime And Let’s Hear It For The Scales of Justice

Definition of the word "confusion - uncertainty about what is happening, intended or required." Confusion is one word that comes

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Editorial – Evading the Questions Doesn’t Make the Problem Go Away With the Local Health Unit

Editorial - With yesterday’s revelation the Haliburton Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit could have released COVID statistics by

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HKPR District Health Unit – Learning to Live, Again, Even with COVID-19

By Dearbhla Lynch, Health Promoter, HKPR District Health Unit March 11, 2020, was the day COVID-19 really hit home. It

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