Gardening is a satisfying hobby

Editor: The snow is snowing and the wind is blowing but even if it is, it is time to think about springtime and a garden. If you don’t have a vegetable garden this is my suggestion: start one this year. A small one to start will do. Don’t fret about the weeds. Just keep them […]

Canada should call for cease fire

Editor: When it comes to the plight of the Palestinian people, our country’s leaders whether they be Liberal or Conservative, have turned a blind eye to what the International Court of Justice has determined is plausibly a genocide. When it came to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Canada was [...]

Wellness: Energy medicine

Do you remember in Grade 9 science when we learned about the particle theory of matter? We were taught that matter is anything that has mass and takes up space, and that matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms. These atoms are in constant motion and there is space between atoms. Atoms [...]

Two wins for climate action

Editor: Reading about the positive news here in Clearview (“Clearview to establish climate committee,” The Creemore Echo, Jan. 19, page 1) is a welcome respite from much of what is going on in the world right now. So kudos to Clearview council for unanimously approving the draft terms of [...]

May be time to let fireworks fizzle

Editor: Re: “Legion opts out of 2024 Canada Day fireworks” The Creemore Echo, Jan. 26, page 1.  While many of us have enjoyed the annual display over the past years and have appreciated the amount of time and effort, not to mention the money that had to be raised, now seems like a good time [...]