Reading this article, one might quickly jump to the conclusion ‘how could a leading politician have been so wrong?’
How does everyone win if we ban smoking in downtown Barrie? I’m a smoker, smoking a legal product that I pay a lot of taxes on. I also have the misfortune of working downtown.
The choice of image from the Bear Creek Kodiaks and Eastview Wildcats high-school girls rugby match in Barrie was extremely concerning to me.
Simple solution, just ban smoking in downtown Barrie.
On Feb. 25, at about 6 a.m., a sidewalk snowplow ripped through approximately 20 metres of sod on the boulevard adjacent my home, leaving 30-centimetre holes where the vehicle spun its tires for about five minutes trying to extract itself, once it got stuck.
All residents of Simcoe County gets access to free compost and mulch provided by their landfills for at least a few days every spring.
Re: 'Layoffs at Rogers TV' in the May 4 edition of the Examiner
I have to disagree with Simcoe North MPP Patrick Brown again.
One hardly knows where to start in addressing Joffre McCleary’s collection of misinformed grievances.
For the past 50 years, successive provincial and federal governments have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to assist the aboriginal people of Canada, yet it is never enough.
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.