A lot of change in 125 years

Canada’s having a birthday, Whitewood is having a birthday. Everyone is talking or thinking history — the days gone by. Well, I will admit...

Comparing then to now

According to a report in the newspaper from 10 years ago, the town and the taxpayers have seen figures double both in revenue and...

You’ve done well graduates

Graduation is next weekend and I, for one, would like to commend the graduating class on not only their achievements in reaching this goal...

Dangers in our small community

The recent incident of two men being confronted while checking their premises during the night after spotting intruders brings the reality to our small...

Who should promote our town?

I have heard from some people that the newspaper should be the one promoting our community and to this I totally agree. Except that...

Financing the marijuana market

The two old sayings, “It’s not what you know but who you know” and “Money talks,” sure come to mind when I read the...

Cuts for taxpayers and cuts from budget

The announcement of the 2017 tax rates was a big surprise to the few people that attended the public meeting with the Town Council...

We danced the night away ‘til the bitter end

Have you ever found yourself laying in bed annoyed by something? For some of you reading this, you are probably peeking over top of the...

Now needed more than ever

The First Nations Transparency Act requires chiefs to publicly release the band’s audited financial statements as well as chief and councillors’ salaries, thereby informing...

Hoping for the positive

What could be a million dollar project in our community has still to be confirmed by the investors. A public meeting held in December...