Letters

Could COVID-19 be a sign?

September 24, 2020   ·   0 Comments

OUR READERS WRITE It wasn’t the dreadful roar of wars nor the terrifying rumblings of earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, fires, floods; it was a quiet voiceless ...

When will peace prevail?

by GWYNNE DYER The old calculation was simple and brutal: if you want to overthrow a tyrant, you must use violence. There was an occasional ...

We have great health care

by BRIAN LOCKHART When it comes to health care in Ontario, we like to complain – a lot. We complain about wait times, delayed surgery, ...

Highways to climate chaos

by LAURA CAMPBELL What is the height of climate denial? Building more highways instead of railways to move people and goods. Obviously not a single ...

Canadian perspective

by BRIAN LOCKHART It was September 13, 1759, when General Louis-Joseph Marquis de Montcalm looked out across a battlefield at the Plains of Abraham to ...

We need to find that middle ground

by MIKE BAKER Just how much responsibility does a government, or we as a society, have when it comes to ensuring our poorest and most ...

Working from home

by BRIAN LOCKHART “Get well, get well, we wish you get well soon!” That was the song that drove Elaine Benes over the edge when ...

Not a believer

by MIKE BAKER Is anyone else even slightly worried by the news that the Russians are fast-tracking a supposed vaccine for COVID-19? It’s now been ...

At her majesty’s pleasure

by BRIAN LOCKHART I’ve always thought that working in the diplomatic service of any country would be at the very least, interesting work, and at ...

Yet another disappointment

by MIKE BAKER The more things change, the more they stay the same.  A horrible cliché, I know. But it’s one that, in this uber-strange ...

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