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Editorial: No moratorium, no surprise

March 16, 2017 Editor

It is no surprise that last week’s motion calling for a moratorium on school closures by the Progressive Conservatives at Queen’s Park failed. The motion was a good idea, and continues to draw attention to […]

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Editorial: The energy shell game

March 9, 2017 Editor

The announced reduction in energy rates by Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne last week is nothing more than a shell game that uses tax dollars and long-term debt refinancing of Ontario’s energy system for an electoral […]

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Editorial: Need for safer parking now

March 2, 2017 Editor

When the shopping plaza in Iroquois was renovated in 2009, there was discussion among the council of the day regarding plaza parking. This led to a traffic study of parking in both Iroquois and Morrisburg […]

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Editorial: Safe for now. Now what?

February 23, 2017 Editor

As reported last week in The Leader, Upper Canada District School Board schools in South Dundas are safe from closure, for now. The ‘for now’ comes from the recommendations in the final report from UCDSB […]

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Editorial: Good roads lead to where?

February 16, 2017 Editor

It is budget season and more discussions between South Dundas administration and council will have taken place by the time you read this editorial. After the first meeting last week, taxpayers were looking at a […]

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Editorial – We’ve done our part

February 9, 2017 Editor

As you have read already in the pages of this paper, and likely in other media, or on social media, there was a record turnout at the January 31st meeting at Seaway District High School […]

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Gibberish – Puddin’ 5….Me, 0

February 9, 2017 Editor

With all the problems and protests, confrontations and crises, worries and wranglings that characterize our world today, there still remains one issue of paramount importance, one issue  with which each of us should, at long […]