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Elmira, Ontario, Canada
Monday, June 25, 2018

Change coming in Ontario, but none of the mainstream offerings worthy

The three traditional parties leaving much to be desired – the Liberals must be banished, and the NDP and Tories each have traits that...

Even here we need vigilance to protect democracy from its many...

A provincial election less than two months away, Ontarians don’t seem particularly interested. That despite Kathleen Wynne’s repeated attempts for a “look at me” moment,...

Motivation is an important part of the universal basic income equation

As social media and our migration to the online world threatens our privacy and promises a dystopian surveillance state, we’re also on an irreversible...

In the end, Woolwich has little say over what happens in...

Woolwich is preparing for a legal battle over refusing a developer’s plans for retail expansion at the south end of Elmira. The additional space and...

When we go to the polls, we’ll have to decide who...

In picking a new leader, the smart move for Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives would have been the uncontroversial choice – say, Christine Elliott – with...

More invasive tech is not the solution to the perils of...

The social media blitz officials are using to quell would-be partiers around Waterloo’s universities come St. Patrick’s Day – warnings about repercussions likely to...

Ontarians stand to lose as election waters get muddy

The more information that surfaces about the “scandals” that forced Patrick Brown’s ouster from the Ontario PC party, the better his chances look in...

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