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
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.
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.
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.
Re: 'Sunshine City eclipses Barrie,' July 6
Our European forefathers introduced woolen blankets, copper kettles and metal implements to the Indigenous people they met.
Justin Trudeau is not even halfway through his first mandate and continues to make make the kind of grievous decisions that will almost surely guarantee he will never see a second term as PM.
$10.5 million to Omar Khadr?
When we introduced Ontario's Fair Hydro Plan in March, our government committed to fundamentally restructuring the system to deliver the biggest cut to electricity rates in Ontario's history.
Barrie MPP Ann Hoggarth and the Liberals think that shoving up the minimum wage is going to be the cure-all for low-wage earners.
All citizens that arrive here, or are here already, should have an oath with a meaning they understand.
I read that council may purchase W.A. Fisher Auditorium, so it can once again be a public facility for music and stage productions.
Re: 'Unfair suggestion' in the June 22 edition of the Examiner
The straw men are back.
Between tears and anger, I am reading this horror story about the nurse who killed eight frail, helpless old people in Ontario nursing homes.
It would appear that Mark Magner has not had to support himself or his family on a minimum wage.