Letters

Celebrating Canada’s big day packed with events

June 28, 2018   ·   0 Comments

by Sylvia Jones Canada Day celebrates the creation of Canada, on July 1, 1867. For years, “Canada Day” was actually called “Dominion Day”, a national ...

U.S. Tariffs & the Liberal Government’s Unpreparedness & Inaction

by David Tilson There has been much discussion in recent weeks of the recent move by the United States to impose tariffs of 25 per ...

All humans are cut from same cloth

by Mark Pavilons What if you found out you were related to everyone else on Earth? What if you discovered that we are all connected, ...

Rotary Minute

By Janet Clark This past Wednesday we said goodbye to this past year’s President Doug Nicholson and his executive and welcomed our new President Jim ...

Rolling back the years

Editorial What can be an expensive, frustrating exercise when a new government takes over is the rolling back of the previous government’s initiatives. South of ...

Dreaming of cars can be taxing

by Mark Pavilons Canadians celebrated Tax Freedom Day recently, a point during the year when we are finally working for ourselves and have covered our ...

Rotary Minute

By Samantha Ferens Over 100 individuals from the community attended the Norma Bangay Park dedication in Palgrave on May 28. The park was renamed after ...

What do you mean, no parking?

by Scott Taylor It’s not the $45 that upsets me, though I’d much rather the money remain in my pocket than go to the Town’s ...

Failed Leadership: The Trans Mountain Pipeline

by DAVID TILSON The Trans Mountain pipeline has undoubtedly become another disastrous file for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. After months of dithering on the project, ...

We are all so intricately connected

by Mark Pavilons No man is an island, wrote John Donne in the 1600s. He was referring to the fact we are all connected as ...

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