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A broken Senate
The Senate is broken.
A matter of human decency
The story of the London, Ontario woman who claims to be engaged to serial killer Paul Bernardo has a lot of people scratching their heads.
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Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 1:01:09 AM
Elmira residents continue fight to save No Frills "I am just wondering why you keep refering to the fact that the No Frills will close. It is not being closed down, it is being Sold. It will still be a grocery store, It will just not be a No Frills. Its states all this info on the Competition Boards "
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Wednesday, June, 18, 2014 - 3:03:52 PM
Exeter's Atley Rogers wins tourney with Jets "Thanks for the article! Here is a picture of the boys after the big win! Thanks to all our coaches, trainer, manager and our whole Jets family! We made it to the finals of all 4 tournaments this year, and winning 2 of them, because of all the hard wo"
Comment by nlrogers
Wednesday, June, 18, 2014 - 1:01:31 PM
Heritage designation request gets heated "Thank-you for your article in this week’s edition of The Gazette,  “Heritage designation request gets heated,” regarding the Cooper site. I appreciate your shining a light on Heritage Stratford. I would also like to make a few points of clari"
Comment by cynthiavenables
Affordable housing is an ongoing need
There is an issue that rarely gets much attention — or at least, as much attention as it deserves.
Eyes on the road
Grocery store woes
Small-towns are at a disadvantage, when it comes to keeping grocery stores.
Prince and Monty Python
The camera beneath the coveralls
Editorial, by Stew Slater
Celebrating Canada
On Tuesday, in communities across the nation — including this one — Canadians everywhere took the time to celebrate Canada Day.
OMB - democracy or bureaucracy at work?
Critics of the Ontario Municipal Board have long decried the quasi-judicial tribunal, which hears appeals related to municipal planning decisions, as a threat to our democracy. And those same individuals would surely point to two current instances in Stratford as examples of bureaucracy run amok.
To dream big
You watch them totter into the auditorium in their new shoes and formal clothes, not a hair out of place and looking lovely enough to be on a Hollywood red carpet.
Garbage woes in Woolwich
This week's council chambers were filled with Woolwich Township residents, rightly upset at the reduction of services at Woolwich's transfer station here in Elmira.
A tenuous mandate
What happened?
A tenuous mandate
Slater photo
Baseball Hall of Fame: Now we're listening
Editorial, by Stew Slater
A tenuous mandate
A quick look at the provincial election results, as seen on a map of Ontario, leads to several conclusions.
A time to mourn
Last week Canadians paid their final respects to three fallen RCMP officers. Constables David Ross, Douglas James Larche and Fabrice Georges Gevaudan were killed in Moncton, New Brunswick, trying to protect a residential neighbourhood from an armed man.
 
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