The Bruce County Historical Society has issued a Zoom invitation to everyone for 7 p.m. on Thursday to hear Captain (Retired) Percy Purpura share his thoughts on 9/11 and how those events shaped our world and Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan.
The TV was too loud. My boys like it that way, but I don’t.
On International Overdose Awareness Day (Aug. 31), it’s critical for every Canadian to understand that an opioid overdose can happen to anyone – to you or someone you love.
I was thinking today about the first time I showed someone, whom I met in the Village, that their life experiences were looked upon as a valuable asset for employment. I remember feeling so profoundly moved by how this person felt that their journey with addiction and homelessness translated into a
As if 2021 didn’t have enough inconveniences, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called an election for Sept. 20.
The Doug Hewitson Memorial Golf Tournament will take place on Sept. 18 at the Walkerton Golf and Curling Club.
Following the most devastating conflict in global history, Germany was in shambles.
Less than two weeks into a federal campaign seems like a great time to start making too early predictions about the Sept. 20 vote. Since our local race promises to be unexciting, how about we have some fun and make some wild prognostications about the national stage. From least wild to most wild we
What a crazy summer it has been. It started on June 15 with a national radio interview with Matt Galloway on CBC’s The Current. At the end of July, we received a call from the Canadian Alzheimer's Society asking if we would do another interview, this time with CBC TV news. We agreed to call the CBC
Gradually the Walkerton Legion is returning to normal with all the proper health protocols in place. Thursday afternoon darts are back again, but not team darts yet.
Last week in the Listowel Banner, I wrote an article about the rise in scams and frauds across Ontario. The same day I wrote that piece, I nearly became a victim myself.
Rumour has it that a federal election is coming soon. Maybe it will even be called by the time this is published.
While some of the memories seem like yesterday, the doors of Listowel’s most famous watering hole, Modeans, have been closed for over a decade.
We are now almost back to normal with our meat draws. The hardest thing is remembering to put a mask back on when you get up to claim your prize.