Councillor’s Corner

Cheryl is committed to being accountable, transparent and open. As promised, 

a new column called ‘The Mayor’s Message’ is where Cheryl will write bi-monthly 

articles after council meetings. 

New Council a Year Away

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ELECTIONS ARE NEXT YEAR! Yes, I am talking to you! It is a very courageous and brave to run in an election. I have supported some of...

Be a Red Cross Volunteer!

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It is my pleasure to help advertise for Red Cross support here in Hornepayne. You have probably seen the signs up around town and I have written...

Lest We Forget

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This past weekend we celebrated Remembrance Day and took time out to reflect on the sacrifices that have been made for us to live in freedom. Last...

13 Ways to Kill Your Community

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So last week I spoke about Doug Griffiths book “13 Ways to Kill Your Community”, which I have now had the time to look over and start...

Watching YouTube for Change

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“You have bewitched me body and soul, and I love, I love, I love you. And wish from this day forth never to be parted from you.”―...

Hornepayne Blessed for 30 Years

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Today mark's a special event on the calendar, it is Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day. Last year I highlighted our dedicated workers at...

What is our WHY?

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Tonight is our regular council meeting. You are welcome to attend. For those of you thinking of running in next year's election attending meetings ahead of time...

Ethics of Reconcilition, Part Two

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So last Wednesday I got to spend the day in Kapuskasing at a day conference hosted by the Grand-Nord Legal Clinic on “The Ethics of Reconciliation”. The...

Ethics of Reconciliation

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Well back into the swing of things full force at council. Today I am in Kapuskasing for the Ethics of Reconciliation Conference and tonight we have our...

Welcome Back

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Welcome back from Summer Holidays. As we slide back into the routine of things for those of us with children or that are teachers may this new...

Run & Win

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Special Facilitation Meeting with Luc Denault was cancelled last week. This meeting will be rescheduled for later in August. The Canada 150...

Growing in Adversity

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This past month I have read two really good books that breath life into doing things differently and how to move forward in very difficult financial times....

Lazy days of summer?

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Summer holidays are supposed to be quiet and not as busy but that's not the life on Council. A perfect example is that I write this article...
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