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Keep cancer on the agenda
As residents gear up to the October 27 municipal election, the Canadian Cancer Society wants cancer prevention on the election agenda.
Make sidewalk maintenance a priority
This is an issue about which I am passionate and which I have not yet heard anyone else mention so far in this campaign.

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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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Wednesday, September, 24, 2014 - 4:04:05 PM
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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Retirement with dignity
The General Assembly of the United Nations designated Oct. 1 as the International Day of Older Persons. It was first celebrated in 1991.
Valuable programs
For some time I have wished to congratulate the Mobility Bus drivers of Stratford. These people and this service are invaluable to my husband and me. My husband has mobility challenges.
Trucks out of downtown
During election time, people running for election often make promises to the voters. Each candidate has their own area of concern, and is passionate about making Stratford a better place to live.
Angels amongst us
Think about everyone
Market Square is part of City Hall. I felt from the beginning the space at City Hall should be open to those who need to park and go in for city business and for all those who come for meetings and other activities.
Throwing the baby out with the bath water
On September 8, when council considers the future of the Market Square yet again, these same volunteers will be arguing once more for thoughtful, visionary leadership from our council.
Doors open
The Doors Open committee works closely with Stratford Tourism Alliance to bring Stratford’s heritage to light during a one-day free event on the first Sunday in June as part of Heritage Weekend.
Thank you for support
No buses in core
Bad money managing
Mayor Mathieson and councilors Mark and Clifford are all directors of the Festival Hydro board and are paid $4,200 per year. If Festival Hydro was sold, their board positions would no longer exist and each of them would lose that income.
No thanks
Please. No Bieber Blvd.
Too many dogs
As a lifetime resident of Perth County, and a dog owner and former breeder of German shepherd dogs, Mr. Zelek is completely justified in reasoning that the excessive number of dogs in his neighbourhood creates a nuisance.
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