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Broadband improvements for Caledon on the way?

October 17, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Our Readers Write Last week, the front page of the Caledon Citizen read, “Caledon partners up with Canadian firm to upgrade broadband infrastructure in Bolton”. ...

To be, or not to be Canadian?

by SHERALYN ROMAN Dual citizenship is a handy thing, on occasion. It expands opportunities for young adults to complete their education abroad, providing more choice ...

Let’s get the introductions out of the way

by ALYSSA PARKHILL Before I dive into the hard-hitting world of reporting, I’d like to first share some information about myself and how I came ...

Majority, minority, or coalition?

EDITORIAL IT WILL BE INTERESTING to see what effect, if any, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer’s call for the electorate to give his party a majority ...

Our words, promises and handshakes

by MARK PAVILONS There are times that I miss the way things used to be. I don’t want to sound old-fashioned or stuck in the past, ...

An accident just waiting to happen

OUR READERS WRITE As a local resident and driver of these roads for the past 50 years, I have to say I am seeing something ...

How young is too young to vote?

by SHERALYN ROMAN I’ll admit, prior to a recent discussion, this is a topic about which I had not given a great deal of thought. ...

Hong Kong protests

by GWYNNE DYER After the 17th consecutive weekend of increasingly violent protests in Hong Kong, the first protester was wounded by a live bullet on ...

Too many open microphones

Editorial MONDAY NIGHT’S LEADERS’ DEBATE may well go down in history as the worst ever, at least in modern times. As many observers have pointed ...

Smart tech taking over from dumb humans?

by Mark Pavilons We’re becoming a society of smart-tech operators. Our young people have grown up with the tech, but what about those of us ...

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