I have two concerns for Barrie councillors to consider regarding a baseball stadium on Lakeshore Drive.
Editor’s note: The following letters to the editor are all in relation to the possibility of building a sports/entertainment facility along Barrie’s lakeshore.
I have been in cancer treatment since June of this year at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH).
The year is 688 A.D.
This week, a few thoughts here, a few thoughts there, and a few scrumptious homemade cheese biscuits flying through the air.
On the eve of his election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau boldly stated that, “if Canadians are to trust their government, their government needs to trust Canadians.”
I am amazed that the City of Barrie is even considering this idea.
Thank you one and all. The Canada Cuts Family Fun Jam Day 2017 was a huge success.
I am new to Barrie, and as a new person, I have been looking for ways to reach out and meet people.
As Canadians most of us (or our ancestors) have been legitimate refugees or immigrants.
Religion is a deeply personal matter in Canada. In our multicultural society, there are adherents of practically every faith in the world.
This proposal to build a baseball park between the Southshore Centre and Minet’s Point is crazy.
Barrie has a pretty good art and cultural scene.
If Tom Petty was a dog, he’d be the mangy mutt that hung around, chased and caught his occasional moment in the sun — a squirrel here and there — held the fort, got along with his lot in life, then, sadly, up and died too soon.
The fact that ISIS did not directly plot these attacks does not offer me any sort of relief.
I wish Jamie Massie all the luck in the world with his presentation to Barrie city council.
William Nassau Kennedy started his career as a house painter, but ended up having a significant impact both on Canada’s militia and Canada’s prairie provinces.
The New Democrats have licked their wounds. And overwhelmingly they’ve decided they want back in the fight.
Jagmeet Singh soared to victory Sunday as the first ballot winner of the NDP federal leadership race.