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Time to pay attention
It's election season in Ontario, and that means one thing — Ontario residents are now being inundated with messages from the three main political parties in this province, all hoping to gain ground on June 12.
Booted out of Dodge
It is every parent’s worst nightmare – discovering the boy with whom their young daughter has been corresponding via computer is actually a middle-aged pervert.
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Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 1:01:09 AM
Elmira residents continue fight to save No Frills "I am just wondering why you keep refering to the fact that the No Frills will close. It is not being closed down, it is being Sold. It will still be a grocery store, It will just not be a No Frills. Its states all this info on the Competition Boards "
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Wednesday, June, 18, 2014 - 3:03:52 PM
Exeter's Atley Rogers wins tourney with Jets "Thanks for the article! Here is a picture of the boys after the big win! Thanks to all our coaches, trainer, manager and our whole Jets family! We made it to the finals of all 4 tournaments this year, and winning 2 of them, because of all the hard wo"
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Wednesday, June, 18, 2014 - 1:01:31 PM
Heritage designation request gets heated "Thank-you for your article in this week’s edition of The Gazette,  “Heritage designation request gets heated,” regarding the Cooper site. I appreciate your shining a light on Heritage Stratford. I would also like to make a few points of clari"
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The arts are thriving
The arts and culture are alive in rural Ontario
Election battle lines not straight and narrow
Editorial, by Stew Slater
Planting a legacy
These past few weeks, we have seen numerous organizations and volunteers out along community trails and streets, planting trees.
OPP warn of sexting dangers
Booted out of Dodge
End the Beer Store monopoly
The continued existence of the Brewers Retail monopoly, and it is a monopoly no matter how much corporate-types dislike the negative imagery of the term, is not only inexplicable, it’s downright crooked.
Persistence pays off
This past week, Woolwich Township residents celebrated after the Ontario Municipal Board ruled against the proposed Hunder gravel pit.
Where the sidewalk ends
It was somewhat ironic that, shortly after Woolwich councillors expressed their support for the Kissing Bridge Trailway, doing what they can to promote an active lifestyle that the same councillors decided to turn down a staff proposal for a sidewalk on Mill Street.
Triumphing over fear
Health care reality check
Some things look good on paper.
Reality check for health care
Some things look good on paper.
Cycle smart, cycle safe
The arrival of warmer weather will encourage cycling enthusiasts to hit the streets.
How to say thank you
Volunteers are the backbone of any community, especially in a rural area.
Making things happen
This past week, the Chemtura Public Advisory Committee showed the good that can happen, simply from asking a few questions.
On with the campaign
The attack ads are in full bloom – it must be spring.
 
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