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Chatham-Kent
Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Too important to fail?

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“Too Big to Fail” was a book and later a movie about how the American government bailed out U.S. banks because not to do...

Nothing average about average

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There are times we may be tempted to look at all of the issues in the world, shrug and develop a “What can I...

Hospice issue needs your input

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At its Nov. 25 meeting, Chatham-Kent council will consider providing funds for a hospice. Chatham Coun. Derek Robertson is requesting that council agree to match...

They can’t hear you

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The mass resignation of the active communities’ steering committee last week is a sign of a growing rift between Chatham-Kent Council and those it...

Put the brakes on Drive Clean

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If there’s one thing government loves even more than getting your money, it’s keeping it. A case in point is the provincial government’s Drive Clean...

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...

Why are you here?

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You shouldn’t be reading this – especially our print edition. Newspapers were supposed to have been eliminated by that new thing called the World Wide...

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...

Community spirit time of the year

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<!-- _ If the best things in life are free, then this year’s version of FireFest has to be listed as one of the best things. The...

Things are downside up in C-K

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  Watching Chatham Kent council is like watching a table tennis match – with the taxpayer as the ball. The latest bounce came this week when...