Welcome to Canadian Community News (CCNews)
We're independent ... we're green ...
and we're growing!
CCNews includes subsidiaries Saugeen Times, Kincardine Times, Walkerton News and Grey-Wellington Times
In a time and place where the amalgamation of 'newsprint' resources seems to be prevalent, we wanted to establish a hyper-local, alternative, objective and, more importantly, a community based news source that would be available to everyone.
We are also appreciative that much of the area's (SW Ontario) population travels to warmer climes during the winter. Therefore, this news source has also been designed to keep them abreast of 'happenings at home' while they are away.
So, stay tuned Snowbirds!
Just as the New York Times and CNN have seen their on-line popularity soar, the Saugeen Times, Kincardine Times, Walkerton News, and Grey-Wellington Times have become part of that explosive trend in electronic news media.
The 'E-paper' has been designed for you, the reader, who desires both a current and in-depth look at local news as well as a forum where your views can be expressed (see Letters to the Editor).We are also going to delve into the sciences, technology, education and the environment with columns by various guest experts.
he E-news publications are offered free to our readership thanks to the support of local advertisers. Also, unlike print, the electronic media has no geographic boundaries, therefore, those placing advertising are ensure of the widest markets possible
We are local and we want to make a difference!
In each publication, we have attempted to cover those topics in which people have expressed they would have an interest. However, if YOU, the reader, has any suggestions or would like to see coverage in an area that we may have overlooked, please email us .
Sandy Lindsay/Owner and Editor email@example.com
Staff: Volunteers and feature writers
Webmasters: Canada and U.S.
We hope that you, the reader, will keep your questions and concerns coming in because, without community input, there is no community.
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Tips for Reading our online news source
The screen is divided into three frames, the Banner, the Contents and the Main frame as shown below.
The Banner is constant except for ads in each 'edition'.
There are prominent coloured buttons that can be used at any time to get back to the 'feature frame'. It looks like one of the buttons above and is in the Banner frame. The Contents frame holds all the categories that the reader can access. If any one of these is selected what's 'behind it' is put into the main frame. The idea behind this simple layout is to make all the portions of the Saugeen, Kincardine Times & The Walkerton News versions accessible at all times as well as World News from CCNews.
Sometimes we produce an index on a page to help the user navigate from a long list of options to where they want to go. Once you click the index item, you can always get back to where you came from by using the back button, but sometimes we assist you with an orange arrow
We put the Home Buttons at the bottom of all our web pages so that if you read to the end, you don't have to move your mouse much to get back quickly. You can always use the Banner Home Button, however.
All the web pages that we control from our sites will appear inside the Main frame. If you perform successive links to web sites that are linked to by some of our customers or areas of interest, you may find a page coming up not in the Main frame. You can always get back to us by using the back arrow or device in your browser.
Enjoy your reading.
Disclaimer and Agreement with Readers, Contributors and Clients
Copyright for material contained in this website belongs to Canadian Community News (CCN) and its subsidiaries Saugeen Times, Kincardine Times, Walkerton News and Grey-Wellington Times, including all photography and hyperlinks.. You are permitted to view this website on your computer screen and may print its contents for personal and non-
We offer a facility for the publication of news articles, services, items and events. Although the website is monitored and all articles are vetted/edited before being published, we makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the accuracy, completeness, suitability or reliability of any information presented on the website. Any reliance you place on any such material is therefore strictly at your own risk. We advise all users of its website to contact the stated primary source before acting upon any of the information provided.
We will not be liable for any false, inaccurate, inappropriate or incomplete information presented on the website, nor for any consequences arising from the use of any information that is or has been on the site or has been eliminated from the site.
Our editors reserve the right to refuse any news article or letter submitted. Similarly, an article, ad or letter may be removed at any time, without notice and at the editor's sole discretion, if the article, ad or letter is no longer considered suitable for the site or is out of date.
Although every effort is made to keep the website up and running smoothly, due to the nature of the Internet and the technology involved, we take no responsibility for and will not be liable for the web site being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues (or otherwise) beyond its control or for any loss or damage suffered as a result of the use of or access to, or inability to use or access this website whatsoever
Certain links in this website will lead to websites which are not under our control. When you activate any of these you will leave this website. We have no control over and accept no responsibility or liability in respect of material, products or services available on any website which is not under our control.
We are happy to permit, and indeed encourage, links to our websites. The site from which the link is made must however be appropriate and not detrimental to the us. Indexing by appropriate search engines is also actively encouraged.
These disclaimers and exclusions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Canadian Law
Changes: We make normal corrections to articles like names spelled improperly and changes to clarify. We will not remove portions of articles and pictures that have been published.
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