Letter to the editor and open letter to Simcoe North MPP Patrick Brown:
I have to disagree with Rick Gibbons regarding his piece on Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader (and the province’s next premier) Patrick Brown.
Maybe landfill is the wrong word
I read Barry Woods’ letter in the Friday, July 28 Examiner, amazed at his ignorance.
Alex Nuttall’s latest polemic against Omar Khadr is terribly wrong on so many levels, it’s hard to know where to begin.
Most of the letters I see supporting the $15 minimum wage seem to feel the affected companies are sitting on piles of cash that they are hoarding and won’t share with the poor workers (who agree to work at minimum wage).
Your article makes reference to 38 OPP service calls for the 2016 WayHome concert and the township memorandum of understanding refers to “193 calls for service associated with the two major 2016 events on the Burl’s Creek lands.”
In an era where social media is given free rein, small groups can spread misinformation without the need to sign their names or support accusations with facts or fairness.
Well, if you go to our city’s website you won’t find his name anywhere.
Why such outrage at Joffre McCleary’s letter? It’s just one man’s view of current contentious interpretations of this nation’s history.
I wanted to send a sincere thank-you to a gentleman who picks up trash around the lakeshore on Dunlop Street.
Climate change is an extremely urgent issue.
As thrilled as many of us are to see the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) rule in favour of Burl's Creek, there is still a feeling of regret that it took as long as it did to issue the decision. We were very confident that the OMB would follow the wishes of most of the community and issue their approval. Had it been issued even a few days earlier, it
I am wondering where journalistic integrity is when a trite letter to the editor such as this, rife with inaccuracies and outright fallacies, is allowed to be published.
Last week, the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) ruled in favour of Burl’s Creek’s temporary land use. Burl’s is still charged with many “refreshment” licensing violations for 2016’s events.
Examiner readers owe Joffre McCleary their gratitude for opening up a discussion about the relative merits of Indigenous and European societies.
Never forget the facts.
Re: 'Orillia versus Barrie,' letter to the editor, July 12
I did not realize the danger in stand-up paddle boarding until l read about the tragic death of an Orillia doctor.