Letters

Positivity soars while positivity plummets

November 26, 2020   ·   0 Comments

Written by SHERALYN ROMAN There are very few words left to explain the situation we find ourselves in that have not already been overused. We’re ...

Democracy in decline?

Written by GWYNNE DYER There’s no hurricane coming, but the windows of downtown Washington are covered with plywood. They were initially boarded up due to ...

Examining our losses and gains

by Mark Pavilons As the end of 2020 draws near, many of us are possibly examining our lives in a different way. There’s nothing like ...

A greeting and a farewell

Written By BROCK WEIR It is bittersweet working on my first edition as editor of the Caledon Citizen, following Mike Baker as he pursues a ...

Stop the blame and shame

by SHERALYN ROMAN Perhaps it was predictable. An upcoming holiday; specifically Diwali, many people already fatigued by excessive COVID-19 concerns and Peel Region sitting at ...

Hong Kong and China

by GWYNNE DYER One Hong Kong lawmaker, Claudia Mo, said it was “the death-knell of Hong Kong’s democracy fight.” But she was part of it: ...

Goodbye Caledon

by MIKE BAKER I always hate doing these things. There’s just something about saying goodbye that really rankles with me. I mean, it sucks, right? ...

We are no longer who we once were

by Mark Pavilons Being at the top of the food chain, we human beings like to think of ourselves as top dogs. We’re intelligent, and ...

Confused? Me too

by SHERALYN ROMAN My first instinct this week was to write about the month of November. Typically it’s dreary, wet, all the beautiful fall leaves ...

New war in Ethiopia

by GWYNNE DYER The United States, a federal country with a complex and decrepit voting system, has nevertheless just held a national election despite about ...

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