(Re: 'Wynne's carbon schemes won't reduce emissions' in the Feb. 11 online edition of the Examiner)
The decision of CTV Barrie to scrap the local sports report on its nightly newscast has upset loyal viewers in Barrie.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently decided to not proceed with changing our voting system, citing lack of consensus.
Residents fated to have to consider the fact that they will potentially have an audience, five storeys up, every time they go into their front or backyards, were absolutely correct in raising red flags to the rest of Barrie.
(Re: ‘No hard questions for service partners’ in the Jan. 18 edition of the Examiner)
Re: "Comment half-baked: company," Jan. 28
Every year in Barrie, property owners are subjected to inordinate property tax increases whilst the services provided are reduced.
(Re: ‘Salaries could rise; Georgian College’s executive compensation plan could see CEO earning $400K per year’ in the Dec. 31 edition of the Examiner)
(Re: ‘Wynne’s carbon price just doesn’t add up’ in the Dec. 27 edition of the Examiner)
Re: "Not as progressive as we think we are," letter to the editor, Dec. 28
(Re: 'Segregation and racial prejudices' in the Dec. 27 edition of the Examiner)
The number of people at Christmas Eve Mass at 5 p.m. at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Barrie was truly amazing.
Early Europeans in Canada viewed indigenous people as noble savages.
A Dec. 5 presentation by city staff to council concluded that our Barrie City Hall building is in a state of advanced deterioration and has surpassed its usefullness as it stands.With that came three scenarios from city planning staff for consideration. Renovate and lease additional facilities, renovate and expand facilities on-site, demolish one b
Re: 'Cruiser colours cause rift' and 'Police don't support red-light cameras' in the Dec. 3 edition of the Examiner
Great Britain has one of the highest-priced economies in the world today because a former Conservative government under Margaret Thatcher privatized nearly all the public utilities.
Recently Ontario's Liberal government announced Brampton and Milton would get new university partnerships with York University. The city of Markham was granted a university campus in 2015.
I read the article about Lilly Noseworthy and her sidewalk problem.
Do I think the site of our original city hall (and police station and fire hall) should be sold off?