Re: “A contradiction,” letter to the editor, Jan 17
Re: “Resident rails against tax relief,” Jan. 13
Re: "Residents feeling pinch of gas prices," Jan. 6
Congratulations to the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport (LSRA) on the 25th anniversary of its opening on Nov. 1, 1991.
Re College salaries could increase, Dec. 31
I was shocked to learn that city council has purchased several new buses and had councillors ride them for a few days to see for themselves how this mode of transport works for our citizens. Why bother if only about 20% of the stops are cleared of snow?
Re Because it’s almost 2017, letter to the editor, Dec. 27
Re Canada’s Donald Trump, letter to the editor, Jan. 11
Re Residents feeling pinch of gas prices, Jan. 6
Re: "Township considers future without OPP, LSRCA," Dec. 20
In aid of fact-founded reconciliation, perhaps knowledgeable politicians or public/civil servants might give us answers to the following questions.Through municipal, provincial, and federal tax on earnings and assets, or through charitable giving, other fees, and volunteer support, does the average non-aboriginal Canadian or the average aboriginal
If Donald Trump indeed does put the brakes on free trade and force big business to return living-wage jobs in his country rather than in overseas sweat shops, he could be the greatest politician of this generation.
Re: "Trump, little people plan to give elites rough ride," Jan. 4
Re: "Wynne's carbon price just doesn't add up," editorial, Dec. 27
Re: "PM must condemn UN smear of Israel," point of view, Dec. 30
One night during the past week, we drove around Orillia to observe the Christmas lights and saw a great many beautifully decorated homes. However, we were disappointed when we drove by our beautiful harbourfront park. It was in complete darkness.
Re: "Not as progressive as we think we are," letter to the editor, Dec. 28
(Re: 'Segregation and racial prejudices' in the Dec. 27 edition of the Examiner)
Re Township hoping to offer new services in 2017, Dec. 21