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greathornedowl- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

Now that the conversation about policing has been started, it may be time to start sharing our stories. Here is one of mine, recent enough to be fresh in my mind.

Two months ago I was out taking some photos around the community in a. . .

walkerton heritage water garden- by Eric Coleman

Ontario has had a great deal of history with deregulating, and privatizing, services. Many times we have gone through the process of relaxing regulations, and many times we are given harsh lessons on the costs that come with that deregulation.

kimpattyanne- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

This is one of my favourite pictures. Three long-time friends from Brownies. All our children. It's from 1992.

All those children are adults now; the parents are all collecting old age pensions. We live all over North America and have done many different things. When they tell me their stories, I believe that this is their reality. . .

BlackHistoryCairnAnnMarieDear Editor,
 
We read the June 3, 2020 article "Owen Sound mayor, police chief take a knee in response to death of George Floyd," with misgiving. As two people who grew up in Owen Sound, and one of whom has now returned to this community, we recognize that it is disingenuous - and dangerous - to suggest that the action needed in our community is to take a knee for a photo op. As a white person and a white-presenting person, we want to call in. . .

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