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Dear summer

June 13, 2019   ·   0 Comments

by SHERALYN ROMAN It appears the weather might finally be about to turn friendly. Friendly to me means warm, sunny and most of all DRY! ...

Trump, tariffs, how to start a war

by GWYNNE DYER The best way to deal with Donald Trump, especially if you are a foreign government negotiating trade issues, is to give him ...

Commuters in for an unpleasant surprise

OUR READERS WRITE Caledon Citizen readers will already be aware that the proposed Highway 413 GTA Corridor highway project was cancelled in February 2018 by ...

What shall we do about plastics?

EDITORIAL PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU says that if his government wins re-election in October, one of its jobs will be to legislate a ban on ...

Just getting started

by JULIA LLOYD As the newest addition to the Citizen, I would like to share some background information about myself, and what I want to ...

The year in review

by SHERALYN ROMAN Perhaps it seems a little early to be doing a “year in review” summary but we are fast approaching the anniversary of ...

New NAFTA falls short

by DAVID TILSON On May 29, 2019, the current Liberal government tabled Bill C-100 (An Act to implement the Agreement between Canada, the United States ...

Finding our own sense of ‘salvation’

by MARK PAVILONS “We save ourselves by saving others. No one has ever been saved alone.”  This quote, with roots in biblical teachings, basically means ...

Reader enjoyed columns

OUR READERS WRITE I just wanted to send you a quick note to comment on how refreshing I found the articles on page A11, May ...

Three parties seeking the same voters

EDITORIAL If, as now seems likely, the federal Liberals will suffer a fate next October similar to that of their Ontario cousins, at least one ...

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