Re Students hit the picket line, Nov. 16
Been watching wild-eyed activists debate marijuana legalization. TV sparkles with desperate antics of politicians with mission impossible to simultaneously relieve concerned opponents and proponents.
Re Opioid crackdown hurts chronic pain sufferers, column, Nov. 8
Re School site for sale, again, Nov. 8
Letter to the editor and open letter to City of Orillia council:
There’s no doubt most citizens of Orillia see issues and opportunities facing our city that they wish “somebody” would do “something” about. We’re not unusual. Many ordinary people across the country and around the world are the same in this respect. Some of us never get past that stage, but others get engaged and do something.
Re Exploring the shifting retail landscape, Nov. 9 edition
Re Cannons in council sights, Nov. 3
Thousands of people around the world come together.
Re Transports and highways a 'deadly' combination, say police, Oct. 3
I am referring to the parking lot located on Colborne Street behind the Rexall pharmacy, Scotiabank, National Bank and other business, including the World Gym.
Re Hall of Fame banners are up, Oct. 26
Re Opposition offers energy criticism, but not options, column, Oct. 28
Re: Reduced deficit still higher than promised, point of view, Oct. 25
Recently, it has been reported in the media that changes are about to happen with regard to transit in the city.
Re Keep cats indoors, letter to the editor, Oct. 21
Re Transit service to mall could be scrapped, Oct. 18
Re Down the river, letter to the editor, Oct. 17
Re: 'Transit service to mall could be scrapped,' Oct. 18