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Budget? What Budget?

April 18, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Written by Sheralyn Roman By the time we go to press we’ll be in the throes of the first major budget announcement of the Progressive ...

Budget 2019: Thoughtful, measured, forward looking, safety and security

Written by Sylvia Jones The Ontario Government has been hard at work preparing a budget that will be thoughtful, measured and forward looking. In the ...

Just what would you ask God Almighty?

Written by Mark Pavilons “Where can we go to find God if we cannot see Him in our own hearts and in every living being.”  ...

Resident concerned with ‘secret’ aggregate summit

Re: Residents protest ‘secret’ aggregate summit, April 4. It is not surprising that the Ford government is trying to do and end run around protections ...

Transit is important to a mother

OUR READERS WRITE I recently had a particularly interesting conversation with a Caledon resident, let’s call her Sandy. She informed me how vital accessible transportation ...

Carbon tax pressure is on

EDITORIAL There seems to be a stand-out issue leading up to every federal election.  The Liberals focused on ‘Real Change’ emphasising electoral reform and recreational ...

Finally, something Mr. Ford and I can agree on!

Written by SHERALYN ROMAN I’m trying not to be too shortsighted about this issue and I know, like many of Mr. Ford’s plans, there are ...

Fighting for the carbon tax

Written by LAURA CAMPBELL Where to even begin? The past couple of weeks have been yet another whirlwind of rhetoric (both provincially and federally) that ...

Technology is wasted on smart gizmos

by Mark Pavilons  “All of our technology is completely unnecessary to a happy life.”  – Tom Hodgkinson While Bill Gates may disagree with Tom’s observation, we ...

Our Readers Write

Re: Second appeal to Dufferin-Caledon Conservative MP Nomination heads to National Council, April 4. Mike Baker’s coverage of the local federal Conservative nomination non-scandal was ...

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