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The election process

August 22, 2019   ·   0 Comments

OUR READERS WRITE Re; Editorial Aug. 15, 2019 The subjects in your editorial usually come up after an election often from those moaning how their ...

Public Transportation

By SHERALYN ROMAN Sure there are plenty of topics to talk about this week, not the least of which would be the downloading of health ...

Greenland’s gamble

By GWYNNE DYER From his purchase of New Jersey casinos to his proposed acquisition of Greenland, Donald Trump’s real estate deals have always been plagued ...

Why not an SNC Lavalin plea deal?

EDITORIAL WITH LESS THAN TWO MONTHS now remaining before the October 21 federal election, it’s a “lead-pipe cinch” that the Commons Ethics Committee won’t be ...

We all need to try to curb food waste

by Mark Pavilons “Food waste is an atrocity that is reducible, if not completely avoidable,” said Stephen Hough. It seems we are living in an ...

The calm before the storm

Written by SHERALYN ROMAN So here we are in the last dog days of summer, enjoying the sun, maybe some swimming, the lighter traffic flow ...

Korea, Japan history wars

Written by GWYNNE DYER Nation-states, like four-year-olds, find it very hard to admit they are in the wrong and apologise. Adult intervention often helps, but ...

What about having a coalition?

EDITORIAL IF RECENT POLLING is any indication, the October 21 election will result in, for the first time since 1867, no one party having a ...

Recognizing the ‘duck’ in the room

by Mark Pavilons Sometimes a duck is just a duck. By that I mean that sometimes, maybe more often than not, things are just as ...

When backpacks are bulletproof

By SHERALYN ROMAN A draft of this week’s article was already underway that thankfully, has absolutely nothing to do with Caledon, when news broke about ...

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