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Editorial | Nov 25, 2016

The perils of social media

There’s an old saying that fire is a good servant, but a bad master. The same could easily be said about social media. But...

Waterloo Region Record
Editorial | Nov 10, 2016

Remember the fallen Nov. 11

A recent poll says Canadians would like to see fallen soldiers honoured well beyond Remembrance Day. The poll commissioned...

Orangeville Banner
Opinion | Nov 01, 2016

Flu arrives in Huron County

Flu has officially arrived in Huron County. The first laboratory-confirmed case of Influenza A has been reported to the Huron...

Wingham Advance Times
Editorial | Oct 20, 2016

NEC expansion plan questions need to be answered

MEAFORD - However, at this time, we see no pressing need for the expansion to proceed as proposed.

Meaford Express
Editorial | Oct 20, 2016
Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece

Pettapiece: Surgery wait times causing hardship for those in pain

QUEEN'S PARK – Underfunded, unprepared and unsympathetic. That’s how Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece describes the...

Mount Forest Confederate | by Randy Pettapiece
Editorial | Oct 20, 2016

Child poverty continues to be Canada’s shame

In 1989 Ed Broadbent stood in the House of Commons to deliver his final speech as leader of the NDP. He said many things...

Sep 28, 2016

Canada’s suicide crisis in older men

When we hear about suicide prevention, we often assume it’s young people most at risk. But Canada is facing an aspect of the...

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment
Sep 08, 2016

Toronto Star's View: Kathleen Wynne should tread carefully on hydro relief

The tough reality may be that sound solutions will take time to bear out – no matter how desperate Ontarians are for relief,...

OurWindsor.Ca | 1 Comment
Aug 29, 2016

Shouldering some of the load for roads

There has been some grumbling about yet another increase in the cost of renewing validation stickers for car licence plates,...

Cambridge Times | 1 Comment
Aug 29, 2016

The Spectator's View: Laudable reforms marred by loopholes

The Wynne government’s election financing and advertising proposals work with two glaring exceptions

Hamilton Spectator | 3 Comments | by Howard Elliott
Aug 25, 2016

OUR VIEW: Tragically Hip performance demonstrates need for strong CBC

It doesn’t happen often, but every once in a while there’s an event that captures the public’s imagination and becomes a...

Aurora Banner | 1 Comment
Aug 19, 2016

School board policy to combat cyberbullying comes at crucial time

Effects of cyberbullying and related uses of the Internet to torment individuals are seared on our minds, in the form of...

Guelph Mercury | 1 Comment
Aug 19, 2016

We say goodbye Saturday night

In what we imagine is a grand crescendo, the love affair between Canadians and our favourite rock icon heroes will have one...

Parry Sound North Star | Add Comment
Aug 19, 2016

The Spectator's View: Striking a balance between civil rights and security

We don’t want personal freedoms to be trampled, but it’s also possible to err in the other direction

Hamilton Spectator | 4 Comments
Aug 19, 2016

The high price of Olympic gold

If you wanted to buy an ounce of gold this week it would cost the sobering sum of $1,732. But if you wanted to purchase an...

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment
Aug 18, 2016

Toronto Star's View: Canada’s athletes make us proud, but we could do even better

A lot more money could — and arguably should — be spent to develop top athletes in Canada. They have more than proven at the...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment

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