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Khadr settlement made sense

August 2, 2017   ·   0 Comments

Much has been written about the alleged payout of $10.5 million to Omar Khadr by the Trudeau Liberal government. Though I understand the emotions on ...

Payment to Kahdr was ‘sleazy’

Re “Rewarding terrorist at widow’s expense” — Caledon Citizen July 13. Once again, Claire Hoy has hit the nail on the head by telling it like ...

Trump is no Truman

Regarding the June 22 article by Claire Hoy on Donald Trump and Harry Truman: His attempt to compare the 33rd President of the U.S.A. with ...

Use the War Amps key tag

Most of us don’t realize how valuable our car keys are until we lose them. With remote starters and built-in unlock systems, keys are not ...

Caledon’s volunteer and corporate community keep a legacy going

Seventeen years ago, I returned from the Sydney Olympic Games after my athlete Simon Whitfield won the gold medal in the triathlon race. To honour ...

Community thanked for support

Global Pet Foods Bolton would like to thank its customers for their generosity during this year’s Show Us Your Heart fundraiser. Thanks to everyone who ...

Enough of the Tory partisan poison

Andrew Scheer, the newly elected leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, declared in his victory speech, “I believe that the foundation of our democracy ...

Delays hurt our youth

The LIFE for Youth Program (Learning Innovation for Future Employment) in Caledon Community Services has had profoundly positive impacts on the lives of 216 Caledon ...

Glad to see schools pick up litter

Kudos to St. John Paul II Catholic Elementary School for doing a spring cleanup of trash on the school grounds and adjoining parklands. I noticed ...

Thanks from O’Reillys

The O’Reilly family would like to sincerely thank the Caledon Citizen for publishing the article on the new Father Eugene O’Reilly Park. We are proud ...

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