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Apr 02, 2020 @ 6:00 am

Crossing the Rubicon

When Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River in defiance of the Roman Senate, the expression “crossing the Rubicon” was born. It marks a point of no return, a moment of society-altering...

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When Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River in defiance of the Roman Senate, the expression “crossing the Rubicon” was born. It marks a point of no return, a moment of society-altering...

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Mar 31, 2020 @ 6:30 am

The High Cost of Low Connection

Social distancing is a subject no one was thinking about six months ago. Now it’s top of mind. The need to slow the spread of COVID-19 has us all on lockdown, and the number of faces we each see...

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Social distancing is a subject no one was thinking about six months ago. Now it’s top of mind. The need to slow the spread of COVID-19 has us all on lockdown, and the number of faces we each see...

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Mar 05, 2020 @ 8:00 am

A Merging of Business and Government

The role of municipal government has changed considerably over the years. Our local councils were originally assigned the sorts of responsibilities that required local flavour—such as ditches,...

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The role of municipal government has changed considerably over the years. Our local councils were originally assigned the sorts of responsibilities that required local flavour—such as ditches,...

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Feb 07, 2020 @ 9:00 am

Oh, for the Love of Doughnuts

Most often, the world of human interaction provides a lot of entertaining topics for commentators such as me to rant about. Usually these topics are important, timely, and relevant. Occasionally...

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Most often, the world of human interaction provides a lot of entertaining topics for commentators such as me to rant about. Usually these topics are important, timely, and relevant. Occasionally...

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Jan 03, 2020 @ 7:00 am

Year in Review: The Top Ten Commentaries of 2019

The Commentary section in our paper, although the smallest, has the distinction of tackling some of the biggest issues on our collective minds. These editorials are designed to spur discussion and...

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The Commentary section in our paper, although the smallest, has the distinction of tackling some of the biggest issues on our collective minds. These editorials are designed to spur discussion and...

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Jan 02, 2020 @ 4:25 pm

Free Market Anxiety: Who Decides Who Stays and Goes?

I wouldn’t say I’m Walmart’s biggest fan. In fact, I dread shopping there for a number of reasons, including their reputation for supply-chain bullying and questionable ethics in product...

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I wouldn’t say I’m Walmart’s biggest fan. In fact, I dread shopping there for a number of reasons, including their reputation for supply-chain bullying and questionable ethics in product...

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Jan 01, 2020 @ 5:00 pm

The Certainty of Change

As we come to the end of another decade, it’s helpful to observe through the rear-view mirror how far we’ve come as a community. The one thing we know is that change is a certainty. In the...

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As we come to the end of another decade, it’s helpful to observe through the rear-view mirror how far we’ve come as a community. The one thing we know is that change is a certainty. In the...

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Dec 26, 2019 @ 9:00 am

On the Darkest of Days, a Spark of Hope and Compassion

This Solstice, I dance with 11 incredible, magickal we’moon (think: “women,” but non-binary and certainly wild, in the best sense of the word). There are 12 of us, one for each month of the...

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This Solstice, I dance with 11 incredible, magickal we’moon (think: “women,” but non-binary and certainly wild, in the best sense of the word). There are 12 of us, one for each month of the...

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