Letters

Borders, Boundaries and Being Bamboozled

September 23, 2021   ·   0 Comments

by SHERALYN ROMAN As I write this, we are in the midst of yet another election in Canada, an election I have already plainly stated ...

What to do with all this knowledge and power?

by Mark Pavilons “Nam et ipsa scientia potestas est.” This phrase, “knowledge itself is power,” was first penned by Francis Bacon in 1597.  And, boy, ...

Redecorating the House

BROCK’S BANTER By Brock Weir Have you ever decided to spruce up your living space with a new coat of paint? Of course, you have. ...

What if the mundane just isn’t enough? 

By Mark Pavilons A current radio commercial notes that one of the toughest decisions adults face is what to cook for dinner each night.  If you have ...

Pandemic Pooches Thank You 

By Sheralyn Roman Hi folks, guest columnist and “roving” reporter Otis here, taking the place of my human while she takes a little break from ...

“A Campaign Like No Other” 

A campaign like no other would be one where all candidates only talked about their platforms, their agendas and how they plan to earn our votes.  What ...

An open letter to federal candidates

While it may not be covered in your respective policy platforms and, on cursory glance, would seem to be strictly a provincial issue, the proposed Highway 413 is an issue you ...

A hollow victory 

By Brian Lockhart It was 1975, and the rooftop of the American embassy in Saigon became a makeshift heliport as Huey choppers landed and loaded ...

Alternative view on “naming and shaming” protestors 

(Re: Protestors should be named and shamed, says resident, September 2)  So, H. Skid Crease wants Trudeau protestors “identified?”  The Communist Chinese got very good at this ...

Protestors made “Caledon look bad” 

(Re: Protestors should be named and shamed, says resident, September 2)  What a bunch of idiots! To think that I might be shopping amongst them!  ...

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