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A tale of two towns

December 4, 2019   ·   0 Comments

EDITORIAL IT WILL BE INTERESTING to see how happy Orangeville residents will be in 2030, after a decade in which the town will have been ...

Walking the talk

by BRIAN LOCKHART There is an old phrase that refers to someone who ‘walks the talk.’ It references a person who’s actions mirror their words. ...

Needed: mediators, arbitrators

EDITORIAL THERE ARE TIMES when collective bargaining doesn’t work, because the two sides are so far apart there is no hope of them reaching a ...

Job creation

Written by BRIAN LOCKHART So, picture this. You’re at home one afternoon enjoying your day off, drinking Bud Lite out of the can, munching on ...

Contentious Mono garage development draws residents’ ire

Written By JAMES MATTHEWS Mono town council got an earful Tuesday night from residents concerned about possible environmental impacts of a development on Hurontario Street ...

Patient centred health care

EDITORIAL IT WILL PROBABLY BE some time before Ontario residents will have a good handle on the success or failure of the latest overhaul of ...

Homelessness

by BRIAN LOCKHART I read an interesting but rather sad story recently penned by a Toronto Star reporter. It detailed the life and sad ending ...

‘Redneck’ issue handled poorly

OUR READERS WRITE As in many small towns all over Ontario, this year the Shelburne Fair Board put on the “Redneck Games”, quirky and fun ...

At least he made a good point

EDITORIAL WE’LL NEVER KNOW what caused Don Cherry to turn a valid criticism of those he saw walking about in downtown Toronto without wearing a ...

Election reflections

by BRIAN LOCKHART It’s easy to forget how regional this country is. We all live in our safety area of familiar and comfortable surroundings in ...

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