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LETTER: Can’t sit back and let ISIS expand at will "ISIS is hardly Hitler who had created a regime in a country that already exists and not trying to carve one out of two other destablized countries. It is curious the author would rather commit ineffectual attacks that will draw further extremist atte"
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Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin’s scathing 142-page report decries 'systematic government ineptitude'
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Saltfleet Storm aims for perfection going into senior football Division 2 playoffs
The Saltfleet Storm senior boys football squad hopes to end its regular season in perfect fashion.
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Cinderella season ends for Henderson Huskies
They were a school with a new name and a sport that was also new to most of the players.
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Two Pumpkinfests on Hamilton Mountain this weekend
Eastmount Community Centre on Saturday, Gourley Park on Sunday
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Dundas Valley Orchestra, music director Laura Thomas tune up for A Celebration of Black History at St. Paul’s
The concert may be taking place a few days before Black History Month starts, but Dundas Valley Orchestra’s Laura Thomas promises the music will be so good, nary a complaint will be heard.
COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Discussion needed about accessibility
Organizations with accessible employment practices see higher job retention, and attendance, lower turnover, enhanced job performance and better safety records.
LETTER: ISIS editorial hit nail on head
When it got out of hand. threatening oil-rich Iraqi Kurdistan, Obama bombed it, without UN approval, using two journalists’ death as a pretext.

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Columns | October 24

COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Wear red Tuesday to honour Corporal Nathan Cirillo

Columnist Mike Nabuurs says it is time for us to rally around our troops — to don a uniform of red to let everyone know we stand together