October 2017 Archive

Editorial — NAFTA: dead in the water?

Not surprisingly, the fourth round of tripartite talks on potential changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) wound up last Tuesday with the ...

Editorial Cartoon — Oct. 26, 2017

Bill Rea — This is for you, Jan

There are those experiences in life to which we eagerly look forward. We rejoice in our hearts as they take place, and we feel let ...

Ottawa Journal by David Tilson MP — Liberal hypocrisy on full display

Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau are in full retreat. The revelations that have emerged regarding Morneau’s vast assets and his failure to properly ...

From Queen’s Park by Sylvia Jones MPP — Liberals’ hydro mess will cost Ontarians $4 billion more than necessary

Ontario’s Auditor General (Auditor) released a special report Oct. 17 on the government’s hydro plan. The Auditor report shows that the Liberal government’s attempt to ...

Accessibility equals good business

By the Caledon Accessibility Committee The numbers are staggering. Seniors and people with disabilities will represent 20 to 25 per cent of the Canadian recreation, ...

Rotary Club of Palgrave’s Weekly Rotary Minute

By Janet Gray Oct. 24 marked World Polio Day, when the World Health Organization and Rotary International seek to raise awareness of continued existence of ...

Pumpkins were used for medicinal purposes by First Nations

By John Arnott That pumpkin you’re about to carve into a Halloween jack-o-lantern has a history dating back to prehistoric times. Seeds from pumpkin-like squash, ...

Golden Hawks sweep doubleheader with Cougars

By Jake Courtepatte After a pair of tough contests with the league’s best Alliston Hornets and Stayner Siskins, it was a return to form over ...

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — Oct. 26, 2017

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