I wonder where Don MacNeil gets his information from? From government websites, history books, native groups?
Ontario’s government took the lead in shaping the Canada Free Trade Deal, which aims to eliminate most internal barriers to trade within Canada.
I wanted to clarify one point in this story.
Properly run provincial governments can influence housing prices heavily by building proper infrastructure.
Barrie needs police patrols.
American authorities seem to have endless trouble carrying out executions of their death-row prisoners.
I agree with this letter and honestly wish taxpayers of the city would examine the financial statements of the elected to council in 2014.
I was appalled and aghast by the missive of a grossly ill-informed and ill-mannered Joffre McCleary in his defence of the indefensible actions of Senator Lynn Beyak in her misinformed rants about residential schools.
I am immensely saddened at Joffre McCleary’s lack of understanding about the purpose of studying history.
I have not in my lifetime seen a more irresponsible political decision than legalization of marijuana. More addictions on the way. More overdoses. More impaired driving. More deaths. More young people that never get the chance to get their lives on track to success due to introduction to drugs before they understand the damage they can do.
Big Bay Point Road is zoned for single residential homes, but a developer wants it rezoned in order to build a townhouse complex.
Senator Lynn Beyak has been shouted down and forced from the Indigenous Affairs Committee in the Senate.
Kudos, kudos and more kudos to Bear Creek Secondary School’s production of Fiddler on the Roof.
My wife and I recently spent a week visiting friends in Venice, Fla., who had rented a home in a residential neighbourhood not far from the centre of town and close to the beach.
Re: "HRC future discussed," March 31 edition
Multiculturalism is wonderful.
I’m sorry moving to Barrie is so disappointing to you because of the street people.
The YMCA is selling its present location and going to be looking for a new location.
The recent article on population growth (or urban sprawl) raises important questions about planning, policy formation and public participation.