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The lonely red Tory

August 16, 2018   ·   0 Comments

Written By LAURA CAMPBELL As many of you know, I was a candidate in the most recent provincial election. It was a wonderful experience because ...

Canada’s illegal border crossings keep going up

by David Tilson A couple of weeks ago, I was in Ottawa for emergency meetings of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Citizenship and ...

The pursuit of happiness

by Mark Pavilons “Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need.” – halil Gibran There’s a saying that tells ...

Rotary Minute

By Diana Schoberg Ricardo Román was shopping with his wife at a department store in Chile in 2012 when a woman in her early 20s ...

Good day for a long drive

EDITORIAL Olympic gold medals are heavy. At least the ones Rosie MacLennan owns are. Heading towards Tokyo 2020, the King native is the two-time defending ...

Scrapping the Carbon Tax: Another Promise Delivered

By Sylvia Jones Ontario’s carbon tax era is over. During the campaign our Party campaigned on a clear promise to eliminate the cap-and-trade carbon tax. ...

Trudeau’s minor retreat on the carbon tax

By David Tilson For months now, we, the Conservative Official Opposition, have been holding the current Trudeau Liberal government to account for its ill-conceived Carbon ...

The endless joys of home

by Mark Pavilons “Home is where love resides, memories are created, friends always belong, and laughter never ends.” “Quality of life actually begins at home ...

Rotary Minute

By Janet Clark If you are a young professional starting out you are probably thinking that the last thing you should be doing to advance ...

Cheap beer, pricey promises

There’s a lot of good-natured joking going on in our office about the buck-a-beer promise Ontario’s party premier has made. Journalists, in general, like beer ...

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