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PSB should examine ‘in camera’ policy
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: Various members of Town Council have been walking a series of tightropes over the past few weeks with regards to confidentiality. And, during discussion at last week’s Committee of the Whole meeting, they all faced the prospect of tottering into the abyss.
‘Debate and discussion’
Mount Forest Confederate editorial: At a recent council meeting it was announced that two reports and recommendations prepared by CAO Lori Heinbuch outlining a) options and costs for all staff to receive customer service training over the next two years and b) outlining an appropriate ‘accountability and transparency’ draft policy in accordance with Section 270 of the Municipal Act would be discussed at an Administration Committee meeting prior to being brought to a council meeting for discussion.
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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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Sunday, October, 12, 2014 - 1:01:12 PM
Report's author encourages public to keep up fight on VIA "Many thanks to reporter Stew Slater and the Journal Argus for the in-depth coverage of the Transport Action Ontario/Save VIA Committee event at the beautiful St. Marys station on October 9. I would, however, like to correct one small misunderstandin"
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Heritage hold-up for Mill Race safety upgrades "I can't believe that in over 100 years it is still a problem, really we have more safety issues in Town - like slipping on the ice that accumulates in front of the empty stores downtown..."
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One drowning death is too many
Elmira Independent editorial: Every year, it happens. Sometimes, it happens to a child that wandered into an unattended pool. Sometimes, it happens to a fisherman who decided not to wear a lifejacket, or to a boater who had a few beers before heading out on the lake. Sometimes, it happens to a swimmer who overestimated his abilities.
Wind energy discussion could blow this way
Minto Express editorial: Some readers may wonder why The Express opted to run a front-page story on the recently announced wind energy study by Health Canada, plus an editorial on the same subject in last week’s Express.
Looking for a solution
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: If you ask anyone in Exeter about what they would like to see improved about the downtown core, most people will say the parking situation.
They have a right to grow up safe
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: Two dead and 23 injured in the latest Toronto shooting – right on cue, the Toronto mayor says the incident is an isolated one, and Toronto is the safest city in the world. Right on cue, there are calls for tighter gun laws and a crackdown on gangs. And right on cue, there are demands for more money to battle poverty and unemployment among inner city youth.
The age-old challenge of drought
Listowell Banner editorial: Talk in the farm supply stores in this region has shifted solidly to the drought conditions, with recent smatterings of rainshowers only affecting isolated areas, and mostly not enough even there to alleviate the excessively dry conditions.
The age-old challenge of drought
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: Talk in the farm supply stores in this region has shifted solidly to the drought conditions, with recent smatterings of rainshowers only affecting isolated areas, and mostly not enough even there to alleviate the excessively dry conditions.
Thousands of people enjoyed all that noise
Stratford Gazette editorial: Concerns about the noise and its effect on waterfowl aside, chances are Summer Music’s presentation caused no one any real harm past the need to consume an extra cup of coffee.
Fireworks Weekend is almost here
Mount Forest Confederate editorial: After the hugely successful Holstein Rodeo last weekend, people are gearing up for the 12th annual Mount Forest Fireworks Festival this weekend, July 20, 21 and 22.
The answer may not be blowing in the wind
Listowel Banner/Minto Express/Wingham Advance-Times editorial: Health Canada announced last week it was launching a study on health complaints involving wind turbines. It is about time.
Good luck contestants
Arthur Enterprise News editorial: Best wishes to Katherine Idzik as she competes in the Ontario Little Miss Mid West Princess Pageant and Lisa Billiald as she competes for the title of Ontario Miss Midwest.
Sick days a sore point with teachers
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: Dalton McGuinty has never been referred to as “the Healthcare Premier” or “the Agriculture Premier” or “the Infrastructure Premier.” But he has been referred to on many occasions, and by many diverse commentators, as “the Education Premier.”
Aggregate Resources Act needs an overhaul
Elmira Independent editorial: If one thing is clear with Ontario’s Aggregate Resources Act, it’s this — the current system is not working.
Fire bans in effect
Mount Forest Confederate editorial: If part of the fun of summer is kicking back around a campfire, roasting wieners or marshmallows, then you’re out of luck at the present time.
A solution in sight?
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: It was interesting and surprising to notice at the latest Grand Bend Area Sewage Treatment Board meeting that things seem to be headed in a direction that will result in a sewage option cheaper than the $20 million to $26 million mechanical plant the board was discussing up until a few months ago.
This is not Mayberry
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: Welcome to Mayberry, a place where kids grew up safe. If Opie got into a bit of trouble, there was always a benevolent adult nearby to steer him back onto the straight and narrow – Aunt Bea with a glass of homemade lemonade and a hug, or kindly Sheriff Andy Taylor, so brilliantly portrayed by the late Andy Griffith, with a few words of wisdom.
Prank not so harmless
Listowell Banner/Minto Express editorial: For those responsible, it’s probably just a harmless prank, something good for a few laughs. But that “harmless prank” could kill someone.
 
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