November 2016 Archive

Bill 41 is ‘truly transforming’ Patients First – helping doctors serve us better

Dr. Constance Weicker’s letter (Citizen, Nov. 10) presents a limited perspective on how physicians can play a stronger role in our health care system under ...

Christmas tradition in Caledon village

The Caledon Village Association (CVA) has been very busy again this year preparing for Santa’s arrival Dec. 3. Our annual parade will start at 5 ...

Editorial Cartoon — Nov. 24, 2016

Bill Rea — Christmas is coming

The signs are all around us, and they’ve been getting more and more prominent. Just last Monday, I was in one of the local grocery ...

Ottawa Journal by David Tilson MP — Carbon tax will make life more expensive

It’s widely recognized by my Conservative colleagues and all Canadians that Canada must do its part in reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). However, it shouldn’t ...

From Queen’s Park by Sylvia Jones MPP — Government legislation further risks the state of Ontario’s health care system

Last year, Ontario’s Auditor General uncovered a number issues with the Province’s 14 Community Care Access Centres (CCAC), which help arrange home and community care ...

Rotary Club of Palgrave’s Weekly Rotary Minute

By Krysta Cadden Seeing the good you do is one of the best things about being a Rotarian. Nov. 18, members of the Rotary Club ...

National Affairs by Claire Hoy — Sessions wrongly maligned

In March of 1981, 19-year-old Michael Donald, a black man, was walking down a street in Mobile, Alabama, when he was accosted at random by ...

The ethics of reporting

By Skid Crease “The pen is mightier than the sword.” So wrote author Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839 in the play Richelieu, or The Conspiracy. His ...

Golden Hawks fall just short against powerhouse Hornets

By Jake Courtepatte The junior C Caledon Golden Hawks almost rode their hot streak right into the biggest upset of the season. In a polarizing ...

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