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Chatham-Kent
Friday, May 24, 2024

Sophia’s gift

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I never met Sophia Vlasman. That doesn’t stop me from thanking her for what she’s done for me, for you and for our community. Sophia was...

Is this any way to run a business?

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Dear Mayor Hope: Since you long ago added the term CEO to your official title, it’s in that capacity we’re writing to you today. As shareholders...

Connect the dots

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The day after Chatham-Kent council rejected consideration of a bylaw regulating woodlots, heavy equipment was brought in to clear a woodlot on Taylor Road...

The tower of Babble

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If your head is reeling trying to follow the Boardwalk on Thames project saga, you're not alone. We broke the story online last Tuesday,...

Drive-thru etiquette, Jim Blake style

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The drive-thru has become a staple of Canadian life. Whether it’s for the morning jolt of java, the burger on the go, the late-night snack...

The refuge of cowards

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When the Downtown Chatham BIA secured a full sponsorship for its Santa Claus Parade, the news was greeted by most as positive. The commitment of...

It just gets worse

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Chatham-Kent isn't done with Yvette Pinsonneault yet. The Mitchell's Bay woman who had the nerve to ask for flags at the park she maintains has...

The shame of inaction

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The issue of woodlot protection will return to council in two weeks, following months of study and untold acres of clear cutting. What began as...

Bylaw or bust

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We’re going to find out very shortly if Chatham-Kent council has the courage to learn from its mistakes regarding woodlot management. Next Monday, council will...

OPINION: Heavy handed

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We’ve met Elisha Banks. She’s incredibly passionate about raising funds to help people with mental health issues. Until recently, that fundraising effort was through her...