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Going hungry in Canada
Listowell Banner/Minto Express editorial: Despite everything we hear from government about the recession being over, and the economy being in recovery mode (if fragile), the reality is quite different for many people across the country.
Leadership race gets heated
Arthur Enterprise News/Fergus-Elora News Express/Mount Forest Confederate editorial: It should be fairly obvious why the Ontario PCs and NDPs want the Legislature recalled as early as possible, especially if the new Liberal leader isn’t in it.
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Thursday, November, 06, 2014 - 7:07:52 AM
Understanding of OPP's new 'transparent' billing is still pending "To add insult to injury wait until you start receiving overtime bills from the OPP. Wait until there is yet another force-wide hike in their salaries and benefits. I encourage you to Google the 'Ontario Provincial Police Block' and examine the conten"
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Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - 5:05:46 AM
New OPP billing model brings savings to county "Wait until you start receiving overtime bills from the OPP. Wait until there is yet another force-wide hike in their salaries and benefits. Then you will see how much Wellington County will actually save with the OPP's new billing model. Moreover, th"
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Wednesday, October, 15, 2014 - 2:02:27 AM
Making sure the weather doesn't walk all over you "I wear woman's clothes, so this article is very helpful to me"
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What’s next for turbines?
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: It will be interesting to see how industrial wind turbine companies like NextEra Energy and Northland Power react to the huge wind turbine fees the Municipality of Bluewater recently decided to implement.
Making progress
Elmira Independent editorial: In the past, Chemtura has had difficulty reaching its pumping targets. This has been the combination of restrictions that came when ammonia — a contaminant not associated with Chemtura's historical practices — was also found in the groundwater. Until Chemtura was able to get its ammonia treatment system (ATS) up and running — and solve its dispute with neighbour Yara, which assumed some responsibility for the contamination — the company was limited in the amount of contaminated groundwater it could pump and treat, particularly during the summer.
Partisan politics and the Canadian dating pool
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: Increasingly, the tactics employed by high-profile politicians have lent themselves to increased partisanship, and an increased level of animosity between the parties.
Remember first, then put up the Christmas lights
Minto Express editorial: Halloween is over, but hold it – before we rush to hang the Christmas lights on our houses and wreaths on our door, we must first remember.
Frankenstorm was a wake-up call for us
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: The eastern seaboard of the United States is still digging out from the viciously destructive weather event dubbed Frankenstorm.
Going hungry in Canada
Arthur Enterprise News/Mount Forest Confederate editorial: Despite everything we hear from government about the recession being over, and the economy being in recovery mode (if fragile), the reality is quite different for many people across the country.
Going hungry in Canada
Fergus-Elora News Express Editorial: Despite everything we hear from government about the recession being over, and the economy being in recovery mode (if fragile), the reality is quite different for many people across the country.
Some anti-X-Park arguments not worth making
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: If you’re planning on using either of these two arguments in future letters or meetings, feel free...but be warned, you do so at the risk of sounding far more childish than the people you’re trying to shut out of Cadzow.
Friday night. Where will you be?
St Marys Journal Argus editorial: It has been a Friday night tradition in the Stonetown for a long, long time: trekking to the arena (first on Water Street; then on James Street) for a Junior B hockey tilt featuring the St. Marys Lincolns.
A haunting time of year
Arthur Enterprise News editorial: It isn’t hard to understand why our ancient ancestors held a religious celebration this time of year, a remnant of which lives on in our Halloween.
Casting judgment
Elmira Independent Editorial: It is easy for us to judge when we have a short video clip — one that only shows part of the incident, and gives no context to explain even why the individual was being arrested — that suggests violence. It's not so easy to put ourselves in an officer's shoes, and to know what we would do in a similar sit
We need a law with teeth
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: The arrest last week of a 15-year-old boy for a string of sexual assaults in Toronto resulted in a renewed demand for changes to the Youth Criminal Justice Act, and a further demand the boy be tried as an adult.
Taking a stand
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: No matter where you stand on the issue of industrial-sized wind turbines, you’ve got to hand it to those who oppose them — at least they’re getting involved and showing dedication to a cause.
Giving junk food the cigarette treatment
Chuck Kuepfer, Spin Cycle: We're always told that "everything in moderation" is the best advice, but with almost one-in-three children in the country considered overweight or obese it's clear that either self control or education about the evils of junk food is lacking.
An uphill battle
Elmira Independent editorial: This past weekend, Chemtura opened its doors to the public. While it was clearly a move designed to improve the chemical company's image in the community, it seems the open house may have failed in its purpose.
Unmask the cyber bully
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: We would like to think bullying victim Amanda Todd has received the compassion in death she never got while she was alive.
 
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