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Editorial — What price for the collusive ‘swap’?

April 2, 2018   ·   0 Comments

A developing legal news story that will get precious little attention in most of Canada’s newspapers concerns something that should concern every Canadian — alleged ...

Contents Editorial Cartoon — March 29, 2018

Bill Rea — We don’t need trophies

One of the nice things about having Donald Trump as President of the United States is one can be confident that he will say and ...

Ottawa Journal by David tilson MP — The Jaspal Atwal affair — Still no answers from the PM

Most Canadians have surely now heard the name Jaspal Atwal, the convicted attempted murderer who was invited to dine with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at ...

From Queen’s Park by Sylvia Jones MPP — Rowan’s Law will protect athletes from concussions

Earlier this year, Ontario’s legislature unanimously passed Rowan’s Law. Named after Rowan Stringer, the 17-year-old rugby player who passed away as a result of sustaining ...

Rotary Club of Palgrave’s Weekly Rotary Minute

Every Year, Rotary International has a convention where Rotarians from all over the world come together to learn about new ideas, hear different perspectives and ...

All you really wanted to know about Palm Sunday and were afraid to ask

By John Arnott This past Sunday (March 25) many denominations around the world celebrated Palm or Passion Sunday. This, like Easter, is a movable celebration ...

Editorial — A perfect time for run-offs?

All the recent polls show that the June 7 Ontario election will produce a Progressive Conservative government, and as we see it the only questions ...

Contents Editorial Cartoon — March 22, 2018

Bill Rea — Beware of scams

The message was ridiculous. I knew that from the get go. But I listened to it, and replayed it a couple of times. “I need ...

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