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FOR SALE: Various tiems

Avantglide chair   Fairly new $600 or best...

Bell Canada: Unfinished Business

It’s been four years since I and...

Answers to Diana’s Quiz – August 6, 2022

by Diana Filer 1.  Nine countries now have...

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MM2020 seeks to bring broadband to Pakenham this year

High-speed, High-capacity telephone, TV and Internet over optical fibre MM2020 Pakenham Working Group is conducting a per household survey to pull this together: https://www.surveymonkey.ca/r/SN9YNB8 MM2020 is...

MM2020 volunteers plan local Internet network

'MM2020' is the Mississippi Mills Broadband Working Group -- volunteers trying to improve broadband service in our community. The '2020' in our name is the year we hope to...

Rural Internet deteriorates during the pandemic

by Jesse Hirsh  This pandemic has reinforced what many of us already believe: that the Internet is essential infrastructure. Like water, electricity, and roads, our...

A homegrown approach to rural high-speed Internet

Robin Sukhu If you live in rural Ontario, you know all about dreaming about high-speed internet.  I live in Mississippi Mills and like most rural...

Howard Robinson — obituary

ROBINSON Howard Sherwin December 12, 1949 – October 19, 2019 With heartfelt sadness we announce the sudden passing of our dear Howard while hiking with friends in...

Report on the May 21 Council meeting

by Theresa Peluso More civility and collaboration: The Mississippi Mills Council meeting on May 21, 2019 The May 21 Council meeting was generally civilized.  It was...

Jane Torrance: Business Development

Did you know that there are 1451 businesses in Mississippi Mills?  That’s a lot of business, and a lot of people employed! Lanark County Municipalities Total...

David Hinks – looking at connectivity in Mississippi Mills

What’s love got to do with it? At our regularly scheduled Tuesday meeting of the Community and Economic Development Committee, we had a comprehensive and...

Jill McCubbin: A few Q & As

Recently a resident emailed candidates four good questions to answer. She wrote, “I was hoping you might answer some questions for me that may...

Paul Watters for Mayor

In the role of Mayor, Paul will bring strong leadership, open communication and accountability. He will continue to put people and our Municipality of...

Uncertain fate for rural wireless Internet

by Chris Barlow Urban residents in Canada are lucky to have access to very high-speed internet in their homes. Your internet speed affects many things, including...

Councillor Watters reports on broadband upgrades in MM

From my seat on council, looking around the table, we are unanimous in realizing how critical up to date communication infrastructure is for the social...

MM’s first Agricultural Business Luncheon declared a success

The Mississippi Mills Agricultural Advisory Committee hosted over 100 local primary and secondary agricultural business owners along with representatives from various commodity groups and...

Tracey Brown-Prescott writes on Clayton internet service

Re: MM2020 Clayton Working Group As far as our personal need for better service, we  do primarily work from home, and our providers have limitations...

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