The story is always the same. Target store employees, steel workers, bank staff are all dispensable so the wealthy corporate owners can get even richer.
We would like to take an opportunity to respond to Councillor Doug Conley’s Jan. 22 column, “Community mailboxes are unfortunate reality.”
Canadians will soon find themselves in the midst of a federal election and many Canadians have subsequently begun considering which party will earn their vote.
I can’t believe you are breaking up with me after all we have done to build our relationship this past year.
As the “Fifty Point neighbour who created an outcry,” I was puzzled by Mike Stone’s contention that beavers pose a potential problem at Fifty Point as opposed to other conservation areas. From my experience there, no culverts were blocked, no roads washed out and no basements flooded.
Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau must get their heads together.
Hamilton city council killed winter family fun back in 2003 when it decided to close the local ski hill.
Put the beavers to rest.
Opportunities like this do not come along every day and, when they do, why not encourage him
Re: A year of hope (Editorial, Jan. 1) As elected officials discount or disregard the voices of those who and those who did not elect them, disrespect flourishes. Those passionate, considerate and intelligent voices, whether voters or not, need to be heard, not just for hearing’s sake, but so that democracy may function. When the [...]