Re: "Case raises questions about school funding," editorial, June 21
Re: "Case raises questions about school funding," editorial, June 21 and "Religion has no place in schools," letter to the editor, June 22
While walking around the south ward of Orillia this past weekend, from a distance I thought I saw what has become a familiar sight. A home with a for sale sign and a big "sold" on top, but once I got closer I saw it actually read, "too late!"
Re: "Tribunal sides with student," June 16
Much to my dismay, I understand that a business is relocating to the downtown – an “adult playground” (in other words, a sex shop) – right on Mississaga Street.
Re: "The truth of the matter," letter to the editor, June 15
The plunge in oil prices in 2014 put 35,000 people out of work in Alberta, and in six months the suicide rate increased by 60 deaths.
Mayor Harry Hughes took Ann Truyens to court over her claims against him in the comment section of the Orillia Packet & Times' website in 2015.
Re Statements require response, letter to the editor, June 10
People in Simcoe North understand that one should not have to empty his or her wallet to get needed medicine.
Few can fault the intent of Frank Madigan’s letter, but some of his statements require a response.
On May 31, there was a celebration-of-life ceremony for my best friend (Mrs. Marga Dikmans) of 50 years in the curling club in Orillia.
Re Leave well enough alone, point of view, June 1
Re A tale of two economies, letter to the editor, June 1
With reference to recent debates on council regarding the recognition and conservation of heritage sites in the City of Orillia, I offer the following thoughts for your consideration.
Re Big price tag for sick days, May 19
I would like to congratulate Carmine De Santo for his inspiration.
One year ago, Maxime Bernier officially launched a campaign to become leader of the Conservative party.
The Manchester tragedy affects everyone everywhere. Such inhumanity to mankind.