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A fitting tribute
Elmira Independent Editorial: Woolwich Township could do no less. Naming a laneway after former township mayor Bob Waters is a fitting tribute for a man who contributed so much to the community, in so many ways
Remembering the goal
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: It was 40 years ago that Canada was involved in the most celebrated hockey tournament in this nation’s history — the eight-game 1972 Summit Series against the Soviet Union.
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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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Heading into danger
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: The 11th anniversary of 9-11 passed without incident, for which we are grateful. Anniversaries of such horrible events are often marked by another round of violence, sometimes in retaliation, sometimes in a renewed attack. Not so this time, apparently.
A vote for change
Minto Express editorial: Last week’s election in Quebec saw the resounding defeat of Jean Charest and his Liberal government, and the emergence of a new leader and government – Pauline Marois and the Parti Québécois. It probably has governments across Canada worried about what comes next. And for a number of good reasons, not the least of which was the shooting during the leader-elect’s victory speech.
Home intrusion an unsettling story
Listowel Banner editorial: Readers will recall the story of Dean Ballantyne and Barb and Taylor Palmer from the front page of last week’s Listowel Banner. The local family members were the victims of a home intrusion in the very early morning hours of Saturday, Sept. 8.
But what if they jaywalk to get to the pie?
St. Marys Journal Argus editorial: Maybe we need a reverse-psychology approach to parking enforcement.
A vote for change
Last week’s election in Quebec saw the resounding defeat of Jean Charest and his Liberal government, and the emergence of a new leader and government – Pauline Marois and the Parti Québécois.
Terry’s Team members inspiring others this Sept. 16
“As I went through the 16 months of physically and emotionally draining ordeal of chemotherapy, I was rudely awakened by the feelings that surrounded and coursed through the cancer clinic.
Support our local farmers
It’s been a tough year to be a farmer.
A sign of the times?
Walkerton Herald-Times editorial: There are a lot of phrases being tossed around over the controversial process to award the new sign at East Ridge Business Park – “Request for Quote”, “Request for Proposal”, “Tender” – even councillors don’t know the difference of each.
Tackling vandalism
Fergus-Elora News Express Editorial: It's time to stop ignoring vandalism in downtown Fergus. The downtown BIA, businesses, residents, township council, and local police need to make this issue a priority and deal with it - before the vibrant downtown people are hoping to develop is ruined before it gets off the drawings.
Have your say
Elmira Independent Editorial: It is extremely rare to find Woolwich Township council chambers filled on a meeting night.
School’s back ― stay alert
Exeter Times-Advocate Editorial: While many of us aren’t yet ready to admit it, summer is winding down.
Reining in spending
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: The school year began with government and teachers squaring off in a labour dispute. On the table was a demand the teachers take what amounts to a pay cut – loss of some benefits, no raise to keep up with cost of living increases, and no strikes.
Justice not served in local fraud case
Minto Express editorial: Express readers would have seen the conclusion of an ongoing court case involving a Palmerston native in last week’s newspaper.
Support our local farmers
Listowel Banner editorial: It’s been a tough year to be a farmer. First came the early heat, which caused apple trees to blossom out of season, and then wither when the cold weather returned. Then came weeks with little to no rain and searing heat, followed by rain that may well have come too late.
Support our local farmers
One year after the Goderich tornado
Wingham Advance-Times editorial: Last week Goderich marked the first anniversary of the devastating F3 tornado that ripped through the town, killing one man, injuring several and making a shambles of scenic Court House Square.
 
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