I’m writing to you regarding your government’s recent taxpayer-funded advertisements that promote the government’s proposed hydro scheme.
In a series of moves that surprised many onlookers, Oro-Medonte Township recently reversed a previous decision and moved to conduct the 2018 election mainly via telephone and computer.
Letter to the editor and open letter to federal Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch
Since the closure of Barrie Central Collegiate, all one has to do is look at the diminished foot traffic in the downtown area.
On Wednesday, I drove the 16 kilometres from my home to buy groceries at Metro.
Re: ‘PC Hydro plan coming ‘soon,’ March 4
On Feb. 22, a neighbourhood meeting was held at Barrie City Hall to discuss a proposal to build an 11- storey, 222-unit apartment building on the existing site adjacent to the present 192-unit building.
I am intrigued: Does your newspaper’s Opinion page ever criticize the Conservative party?
If Mary Edgar and her husband are first or early residents of Barrie, it would be appropriate to have streets in Barrie named after them.
Thank you for the column on Stuart McLean.
St. John Vianney Roman Catholic Church has introduced a new program to reach lonely and isolated seniors in Barrie.
I think that all the money that the City of Barrie is putting into, or trying to put into, the Mady Centre for the Performing Arts is nothing more than a waste of our taxpaying dollars and should be stopped.
This editorial displays a woeful understanding of carbon taxes.
The annual bad news from Barrie politicians is in.
(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)