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LETTER: Ignoring our offshore oil and gas industry will not get our province back on track
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WARMINGTON: Ontario eatery fined for 'trying to save my business'
Instead of going into the server’s pocket, this tip from the OPP had the money coming out of it. “It was for $880,” said Jason Lake, the owner of the Minden 50’s Diner. But the tip from the cops was a message to Lake to not even think about ...
WARMINGTON: Cottage country restaurant briefly re-opens in defiance of Emergency Act
How about a little jail time to go with those eggs? Or maybe top it off with a $500,000 fine? This was the ultimatum Minden 50’s Diner owner Jason Lake faced when he opened the doors to his restaurant in the heart of cottage country Friday — ...
EDITORIAL: N.B. outbreak shows pandemic is not over
New Brunswickers have every reason to boast about how they’ve dealt with the coronavirus. Their province’s strict border control measures and adoption of social distancing rules has resulted in only 126 cases in the province and zero ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Far from a madding crowd
It takes a while to shed the belief that you’re invisible. Or, at least, that you’re unnoticed. As long as you’re one among many, lost in the crowd, going about your business, you can wear a little anonymity along with your ...
EDITORIAL: Let’s talk snow
“To everything, there is a season.” You can credit that line to folk singer Pete Seeger, or to Ecclesiastes 3:1, whichever suits your personal convictions. Either way, the sentiment is the same: there is a time and place for all ...
EDITORIAL: Cheers & Jeers June 1
Jeers: to decades of delay. Twenty-five years ago, a massive truck bomb exploded in front of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people and injuring more than 700. “Toy Story” hit movie theatres. Bill Clinton was the ...
Colby Cosh: What did (and did not) cause disaster in LTC homes
Maybe you’ve had this thought too: since sending in the army seems to have worked for overmatched long-term care homes in Ontario and Quebec, why aren’t we doing it a lot more often? Think of all the other institutions that don’t always seem to ...
WARMINGTON: Supporting the families of military aiding during COVID
The number of military personnel infected by COVID-19 in Operation Laser is now at 39. They are always prepared to go to the most dangerous places and put their lives on the line. Behind that are their families and once again, Together We ...
LETTER: After COVID-19 — my space, your space, more space
As a result of the recent coronavirus infestation, the best current medical advice to limit the spread of the virus was and is to keep your neighbour at a safe distance. Hence the closure of many businesses where this was not possible. Other ...
LETTER: COVID-19: why not population immunity?
One of the lessons emanating from our coronavirus era is that by generating fear, the masses can be easily controlled and manipulated. Very few question the guidelines (often enforced) that are dictated by the “authorities.” We are ...