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Canada’s reputation getting trashed
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: We Canadians have a reputation of being fairly clean people. Americans allegedly marvel at the lack of litter they notice when visiting north of the border. We pride ourselves on our squeaky clean reputation. But do we really deserve it?
Time to get serious about animal cruelty
Stratford Gazette editorial: This situation raises alarming questions about the state of animal welfare in Ontario and the consequences for those who abuse or mistreat animals
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College of Trades 'a giant tax grab' "I am a certified hairstylist I work at Firstchoice and I am very happy there and I love my job I have been doing it for 23 years , I only work 12 hours /week because of a car accident I can't work the long hours or too many days . I make a little ove"
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Legal claim drafted against wind company "So with 9 studies on wind turbines and property values saying (No value drop because of turbines) lawyer Eric Gillespie does not have a case. Making this is just another costly nuisance case!! PTL for NIMBYs is Pay The Lawyer"
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Marathon meeting finally ends with 2.67 per cent budget increase "The final compromise of $100,000 of surplus funds to be used, one of about half a dozen debated, was actually proposed by councillor Pope. The towns reserves, remain almost exactly the same as 2013, and will be boosted substantially by the sale of th"
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Shedding some light on a life-and-death situation
Minto Express editorial: It’s National Organ Donor Awareness week in Canada and it’s something we all definitely need to be aware of.
A loonie for your thoughts
Listowel Banner editorial: Canadian coinage is strange. The gold-coloured coin is worth a dollar, but the one that is only partly gold-coloured is worth twice that. The one-cent and five-cent coins are both bigger than the 10-cent coin. Loose change is referred to as “silver” but there has been none of that precious metal in ordinary (as opposed to collector) coins for years.
Time to plan for the next election
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: By the time this appears in print, we will know if the provincial NDP will prop up the Liberal government and allow the budget to be passed, saving the province from going to the polls.
Planning now
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: By the time this appears in print, we will know if the provincial NDP will prop up the Liberal government and allow the budget to be passed, saving the province from going to the polls.
Celebrating volunteers
Elmira Independent Editorial: Woolwich Township is incredibly blessed in its volunteers. We can find them virtually anywhere in the community, on any given day — at the local nursing home, helping out at the library, or planting a tree along the side of the road.
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Volunteers invaluable
Arthur Enterprise News editorial: What would a community such as Arthur do without its volunteers?
Passion and energy on the stage
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: By odd coincidence, former St. Marys Community Players stalwart Terry Todd found himself coaxed to come up to the Town Hall auditorium last week and see the set for the upcoming musical Oklahoma!
Organ donation is a life-and-death situation
Listowel Banner editorial: April 22 kicks off National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week in Canada, something we all need to be aware of.
A century after
Exeter Times Advocate editorial: One hundred years later, the sinking of the Titanic resonates, be it through books, movies, television series, memorials or tributes.
Show support for hometown talent
Minto Express editorial: Now is a good a time as any to get behind our neighbours. The national spotlight is shining on two Minto residents, and thereby Minto itself, in Canada’s Got Talent.
A loonie for your thoughts
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: Canadian coinage is strange. The gold-coloured coin is worth a dollar, but the one that is only partly gold-coloured is worth twice that. The one-cent and five-cent coins are both bigger than the 10-cent coin. Loose change is referred to as “silver” but there has been none of that precious metal in ordinary (as opposed to collector) coins for years.
Deaths raise issues with domestic violence
Stratford Gazette editorial: A man who uses violence – physical, sexual and/or emotional – to gain and maintain control over a woman he considers his property often ups the ante when she evades that control by fleeing.
Main Street is a disgrace
Mount Forest Confederate editorial: “Here we are with the most incredible weather we could ever hope for and I am ashamed of the way we business owners have forgotten to take pride in the front of our buildings. Our main street is a disgrace. I am hoping that you will send this off to all Chamber members and remind them to clean up in front of our own stores.
Notices of motion
Mount Forest Confederate editorial: Councillor Andy Lennox tabled three notices of motion at Monday evening’s council meeting.
Volunteers invaluable
Fergus-Elora News Express Editiorial: To quantify the value of volunteers in today's society, we need only look at the Victoria Park Seniors Centre here in Centre Wellington.
Money well spent
Elmira Independent Editorial: Woolwich Township is often accused of misspending money — perhaps a common accusation of all levels of government.
 
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