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Bell describes successful sound experiment
Every family has its stories. Passed down through the generations as tales told at family gatherings or by grandparents to their grandchildren, they detail who we are and how we came to be. However, how many of us can tell our stories through the exact words of the people that lived them?
ARTS COLUMN: Roadmap to Recovery is a Roadmess
Well, we are in the much-trumpeted Roadmap to Reopening here in the beautiful province of Ontario. As any responsible government would, the Ford government has weighed advice, considered the wisest way to move forward and always had the best interest of the general populace at the fore of their planning.
BAILEY: Turning the corner on COVID-19
A very busy spring session at Queen’s Park has just ended, but there is still plenty of work going on with committee hearings, public consultations and a host of other Legislative business. Even so, like most people I’m looking forward to spending more time back home in Sarnia-Lambton, especially now that more businesses are reopening and many outdoor activities are taking place again.
HOLMES: There is no such thing as a little water
Your foundation is the foundation of a strong home. Your home’s exterior plays a huge role in keeping the elements outside. When the roof, doors, windows, and foundation are weak, you’re going to start seeing water, moisture, mould, and rot present itself inside the home. Over time small issues can balloon in to big ones, so even a little water can be a huge deal.