Citizen reporters causing a revolution

Citizen reporters causing a revolution

Billboard encourages citizen reporters. Photo: cybersoc.com By Greg Holden Not so long ago the news media was restricted to just a few companies. They hired enormous staffs to work together and put all the pieces in place to produce the news. Spreadsheets were physical paper laid on tables that were 5 feet long and wide, and […]

The (not so) Great Debate

The (not so) Great Debate

By Greg Holden The debate at the Pines Chapel was advertised to be a great one. Featuring Dr. Tony Costa in the theist corner, and Dr. Jeffrey Noonan in the atheist corner, the two were asked to debate the question “Does God exist?” Costa is a theology professor at Toronto Baptist Seminary. Noonan is head of philosophy […]

A responsible press

A responsible press

By Greg Holden Over the past weekend there were several erroneous news reports in Chatham-Kent, all on Facebook, and some of these reports stumbled into online press releases. Thankfully none of these reports made it to pages of the CKReview. However that isn’t because we are any better than the other guys. It is because we don’t publish on weekends, if […]

The new economy

The new economy

By Andrew Hastings I think it is pretty clear that we live in a world controlled by money. Money in everyday life is used for our security, pleasure and to attain many things. What is not clear is how this type of economy that we live in came to exist. I would like to think that a lot of what I […]

Smaller than 5 years ago, but the traffic is better

Smaller than 5 years ago, but the traffic is better

By Greg Holden   While the country and province has grown in population, Chatham-Kent has lost about 4,500 residents over the past 5 years. That is a 4.2% decrease from where the municipality was 5 years before according to Statistics Canada’s 2011 Census released yesterday. There is concern around Chatham-Kent about the report since the release of […]