Letters

The to ‘infect’ people with a little bit of hope

May 14, 2020   ·   0 Comments

by Mark Pavilons There’s a quaint prayer that asks the Good Lord to give us enough strength to make changes and accept the things we ...

The forgotten ones

by SHERALYN ROMAN Recent events have served as a vivid reminder of the strange times we continue to find ourselves in. While for many, self-isolation ...

Some reasons to hope

by GWYNNE DYER You don’t feel like reading about the Plague today? Good. I don’t feel like writing about it again either. So here’s some ...

Some lessons already learned?

EDITORIAL THERE’S SURELY NO DOUBT that once the COVID-19 pandemic finally subsides there will be inquiries into what could have been done to prevent the ...

‘Mom’ is one of the most pleasant words of all

by Mark Pavilons It’s been said that a mother’s love is like nothing else in the world. Having witnessed this first-hand in my own family, ...

Disappointed in MPP Sylvia Jones

OUR READERS WRITE In the April 30 edition of the paper there is a picture on the front page showing the good work happening in ...

The five stages of isolation

by SHERALYN ROMAN With apologies to Elisabeth Kubler Ross, I write today echoing what I’m sure are the feelings of many amongst us, an acknowledgement ...

COVID-19 death rates & arrogance

by GWYNNE DYER Something has gone wrong in the ‘Anglosphere’, as the English-speaking countries are known in some other parts of the world. Smaller English-speaking ...

Names are newsworthy too

EDITORIAL IT WAS INTERESTING when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week asked media outlets to refrain from naming the individual responsible for the deadliest mass ...

What is our role during a human crisis?

by Mark Pavilons “When written in Chinese, the word ‘crisis’ is composed of two characters. One represents danger and the other represents opportunity.” – ohn F. ...

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