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Celebrating a victory of Olympic proportions
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: The Olympics in London had their share of problems — that call by the soccer referee still rankles supporters of the Canadian women's soccer team.
Celebrating a victory of Olympic proportions
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: The Olympics in London have had their share of problems – that call by the soccer referee still rankles supporters of the Canadian women’s soccer team.
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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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When Ontario’s lights went out
Minto Express editorial: Do you remember Aug. 14, 2003, when lights went out across eastern North America?
Mount Forest Homecoming was missed
Mount Forest Confederate editorial: Do you know what was missing from the Civic Holiday weekend in Mount Forest? If you said Homecoming celebrations, fondly known as the Old Boys and Old Girls Reunion, you are correct. Every five years, forever and ever, people have “come home” to Mount Forest and local residents have partied with their former friends and neighbours.
Celebrating 150 years
Arthur Enterprise News Editorial: We are tooting our own horn as we celebrate 150 years as your community newspaper!
Hard to trust
Elmira Independent Editorial: A recent report by Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ann Cavoukian, raises serious questions about Election’s Ontario’s ability to keep our private information private.
X-Park supporters worked hard for grant
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: Young people can certainly make us proud. Any grandparent knows this. But there’s no escaping the fact that young people can also sometimes make us fume.
When Ontario’s lights went out
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: When Ontario’s lights went out Do you remember Aug. 14, 2003, when lights went out across eastern North America?
Be careful what you Tweet for
Listowel Banner / Minto Express editorial: Social media is as useful as it is dangerous.
Olympic highs and lows
Fergus Elora News Express Editorial: The 2012 London Olympics have shown us the highs and lows of personal and team achievement.
Looking for growth
Exeter Times Advocate editorial: Here’s hoping the ideas, recommendations and feelings of optimism surrounding the Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) report for Zurich and Hensall have positive and tangible results.
Now is the time to give
Elmira Independent Editorial: It seems to happen every year. When the summer sunshine comes, it becomes just a little bit easier to forget about those in need.
Why stay here? The long answer
St. Marys Journal-Argus editorial: I was asked, as a thirty year-old who was born and raised in St. Marys, why I would choose to continue living here.
The quest for gold
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: The quest for gold leads people down strange paths. People have killed for the precious metal, stolen and cheated for it, and journeyed to the ends of the earth for it – and from the ends of the earth.
One drowning death is too many
Minto Express editorial: Every year, it happens.
Migrant workers still await answers
Stratford Gazette editorial: Thirteen workers piled into a van after a long day of chicken catching on Feb. 6 and set out onto a road in Perth County, near the hamlet of Hampstead, northeast of Stratford. Shortly after, they collided with a truck. Ten of the workers — nine of them from Peru — died, along with the driver of the truck they had collided with at an intersection, and the three others were sent to hospital.
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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