Monthly Archives: March 2011

How to choose a good breeder

March 14, 2011

By Dr. Louise Langlais Q. How do I go about choosing a good dog breeder? A. That is a good question and I wish more prospective dog owners would ask this one. I will assume you have already decided what breed of dog you are interested in. If you have not, some things to consider […]

We Need More Choices In Upcoming Elections by Allan Dettweiler

March 13, 2011

As we are all no doubt aware, there is an upcoming provincial election coming in October. A federal election could occur anytime. Never before have I felt like there was absolutely no party, especially at the federal level, which represents what I believe in. Yes, there are some good people who will represent some parties […]

Things Change

March 10, 2011

by Mike Cahill Achilles and Hector are taking a stroll along the seashore. They walk slowly, Achilles limps a bit. Most of the old gods are retired now. Dionysus comes out for the spring festivals, mostly for the benefit of the tourists. Sappho and Aphrodite moved to an island and opened a bed and breakfast […]

Council passes budget

March 7, 2011

As expected, tonight’s council meeting was more interesting than usual. with the budget on the table, it was do or die for the Drayton |Theatre Project. Both sides were well represented, with representatives of the local business and art community making inpassioned pleas for Drayton, and a mixture of concerned taxpayers and failed politicians arguing […]

Preston loses its Groove

March 3, 2011

The Groove Kitchen and Music Room, Preston’s premier music venue, is now closed. We want to thank Matt and Gillian for providing us with some first class entertainment, and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.

Cambridge Arts Festival – WORD UP! Poetry Contest Call For Entry

March 2, 2011

Local poets and wordsmiths will once again have an opportunity to show off their creative, literary sides as the Cambridge Arts Festival launches its fourth annual WORD UP! Poetry Contest. Contestants are invited to submit up to three poems with an entry fee of $5 for one poem or $10 for three. Three winning poems […]

Crime in your neighbourhood

March 1, 2011

The link below leads to a map of Waterloo Region that shows all the dates, locations and types of complaints recieved by the Waterloo Region Police. Neighbourhood Maps