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A fortunate solution

November 1, 2018   ·   0 Comments

EDITORIAL All those involved in Victory House should receive recognition for their efforts. From board members, volunteers and contributors, the team has embarked on a ...

Canceling the Drive Clean

By Sylvia Jones Our Government has announced that it will eliminate the Drive Clean emission tests for passenger vehicles. I am pleased that our Government ...

Trudeau’s failures have real consequences for Canadians

By David Tilson For three years now, we the Conservative Official Opposition, have worked hard to hold Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accountable for his long ...

Understanding the reality of development

by Mark Pavilons There will always be a need for housing and urban development. That’s a given and I don’t think anyone can argue against ...

Our Readers Write

The front page top banner in the October 18th issue calling for “Real Change for Caledon starts with Kelly Darnley” should have been clearly identified ...

Thank you candidates

EDITORIAL A tumultuous election is now in the books after a number of contentious months. The mayor and four incumbents will remain the same while ...

100 Days of Accomplishments for Dufferin-Caledon

by Sylvia Jones 100 Days of Accomplishments for Dufferin-Caledon October 7th marked our Government for the People’s first 100 days in office. We knew when ...

Returning ISIS Terrorists

By David Tilson Global News reported that a high-profile member of ISIS has been arrested by Syrian forces while attempting to return to Canada. The ...

Energy is left behind

by Mark Pavilons “The spectre’s voice disturbed the very marrow in his bones.” – Charles Dickens, “Stave I: Marley’s Ghost,” A Christmas Carol, 1843 A first-hand ...

An important year to vote

EDITORIAL Now more than ever it’s important to have your voice heard in this year’s municipal election. We all want a prosperous future for our ...

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