I am an Examiner subscriber who enjoyed Cheryl Browne's front-page article about the Austrian man, Martin Maxwell, who recalls the horrors of the Second World War.
(Re: 'Right-wing reaction to carbon pricing a head shaker' in the Oct. 13 edition of the Examiner)
My mother and I moved here to Orillia in January 2016.
(Re: Hospital gate ad ‘soulless,’ in the Oct. 8 edition of the Examiner)
The Canadian government owns a central bank, which issues a floating non-convertible fiat currency and has maximum fiscal flexibility. The probability of default of federal debt in Canadian dollars is zero.
Ontario's Auditor General was worried the Liberals had a multi-billion dollar hole in their financial statements.
Re 'Debt still has to be paid' in the Oct. 6 edition of the Examiner
Jim Foster’s column 'Do geese talk to each other?' (Oct. 4) is absolutely delightful. I very much hope it is widely read – and chuckled over!
It’s been a while since memos were fired off in this space so let’s change that situation.
One of our local chefs here in Innisfil took top honours for Best Chef at the Barrie Fair this year.
(Re: 'Ban on exotic zoo animals in sight' in the Sept. 28 edition of the Examiner)
I become somewhat upset when I read of the medical profession and the discontent of the doctors regarding their salaries. It was recently stated that the "average" physician's salary is $378,000 per year. How could anyone be dissatisfied with that?
Humanity’s compassionate side was front and centre recently in Montreal at the Fifth Global Fund Replenishment Conference.
The federal Liberals like to proclaim that it’s a new era for Canada on the international stage.
I want to thank you for your column. This article is very special to me because Wyman is my much loved and respected brother.
Canada has some of the weakest animal protection laws in the world.
Liberals in our area were out in force to greet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently and sing his praises about the huge contribution of $4 million for our transportation system.
On July 1, 2010 when the Liberals added the PST to our hydro bill, they had no concerns that this was a huge burden on us by taking money out of our pocket.
(Re: 'Free trade deals can work' in the Sept. 8 edition of the Examiner)