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Some Remarks at the BAH

On May 16 the magazine co-hosted a Business After Hours networking event for the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce. Here is some of the speech that we gave. We began by thanking our co-host, Andrews Scenic Acres of Milton, and the staff of the Chamber who organized the event. Then we went on to say:
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Writing On the Spiral of Life

This memoir by Gloria Hildebrandt first appeared in Trinity Alumni Magazine, Spring 2018. My life didn’t end up the way I had hoped it would when I was at Trinity. It has turned out better than I could ever have dreamed. The shape my life has taken is a spiral, repeatedly ending up where I started,
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Freedom of the Press A Requirement for Democracy

Mike and I saw The Post on the weekend, the film by Steven Spielberg, starring Meryl Streep as Katherine Graham, the owner of The Washington Post, and Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee, top editor at the paper. This is the true story of the leak and publication of the Pentagon papers which document the U.S. government’s knowledge
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CBC’s Sounds of the Seasons

Mike had fun recently. He went to CBC’s Sounds of the Season day and gave out copies of the 10th anniversary issue in exchange for celebrity autographs. Can you make out any of the names?

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10th Anniversary Issue!

We’re hard at work to bring you the Winter 2017-18 issue, which is our 10th Anniversary Issue! We can’t believe it. It’s been the shortest decade of our lives, going by at lightning speed. We’ve got some great stories we’re putting together, plus a little anniversary celebration that will include the winning entries of our
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Encouragement From Our Facebook Followers

Facebook is a voracious beast that needs constant feeding, for little reward if you have a page for business. But then there was yesterday. There was a surprising discussion on our Facebook page and I want to capture it here permanently. Because another annoying thing about Facebook is how fleeting posts are: now you see
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Readers Write: More Letters to the Editor

Here are additional letters to the editor that we weren’t able to fit into the Summer 2017 issue. We appreciate your notes and letters so much, that we want to publish them all. Enjoy your efforts greatly. Thanks for the memories. Beverley Pattulo, Tara I enclose 1 cheque for 2 subscriptions, one for my sister
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Last-Minute Christmas Gift

Last minute is still plenty of time for a gift that brightens someone’s mailbox four times a year: an annual subscription to Niagara Escarpment Views. Chock full of gorgeous photos and great reading, plus plenty of comments from the Niagara Escarpment community! You can subscribe online right here and we’ll email you a gift notice you
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Survey Says!

Full Details of Our Reader Survey Mike’s column on the results of the survey was published in our Spring 2016 issue. In this column we told our audience that the “meaty bits” of the survey would be published on our website. To satisfy your statistical curiosity we here present our “meaty bits.” In the Summer
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BIG GOOF on Reader Survey

“You want to know your latest typo?” asked Mike. “Page 57 & 58 of the Reader Survey in the Summer issue has the wrong postal code. It should be L7G 2V2.” Oh no. Maybe Canada Post has a lot more surveys in the mail that they’re returning to sender. But we’ve been getting a good
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