Letters

Sunshine list should be scrapped

April 9, 2020   ·   0 Comments

EDITORIAL Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s back.  As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring governments across the globe to its knees, the Ontario government, which ...

We could use a bit of humour

by BRIAN LOCKHART A rabbit walks into a pub, sits down at the bar and orders a beer and a hamburger. He does this for ...

Top three priorities

EDITORIAL IN A SINGLE WEEK we have witnessed a five-fold increase in the number of deaths in North America attributed to COVID-19.  In Canada, the ...

Non-essential services = more babies

by BRIAN LOCKHART When the provincial government announced the list of essential services allowed to remain open during the current COVID-19 pandemic, many people scoffed ...

Effective leadership

EDITORIAL IT’S PROBABLY TOO SOON to know how well it worked, but thus far we think Canada is showing the world how a federated nation ...

The social distancing dilemma

by BRIAN LOCKHART I was standing in line at the grocery store the other day waiting for my turn to greet the cashier.  It’s that ...

How quickly things have changed

EDITORIAL WHAT A DIFFERENCE a week makes.  While it’s true that this time seven days ago, the World Health Organization had officially labelled the global ...

Toilet paper and beer

by BRIAN LOCKHART The first thing I noticed when I went to my local grocery store the other day was there were probably fives times ...

Controversial or not, change is needed

EDITORIAL Ontario’s Amber Alert system is in dire need of a revamp. But likely not for the reasons you’re thinking.  A quick social media search ...

Amber Alerts

by BRIAN LOCKHART There were a lot of complaints over the past year from people who weren’t too happy about receiving Amber Alerts over their ...

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