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Why do you exclude a woman by calling her a GUY?

Here we are six weeks after International Day of the Girl and how many times has a girl or a woman been called a GUY? How many platitudes did you hear, particularly in the newstainment media, on 11 October about … Continue reading

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LHIN & CCAC Navigation gross waste of taxpayers’ dollars

Who do you want making decisions about your health care:  therapists, nurses, doctors or paper-shufflers? That’s the question Ontarians should be asking.  Bill 41 isn’t even a year old and we’re seeing its effect.  Paper shufflers at Local Health Integration … Continue reading

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Will city’s land purchase of 6719 acres fix current roads? Part 3

The maintenance of this portion of Powerline Road at Hwy. 24 was the responsiblity of the County of Brant in Ontario.  With the approval of the much vaunted purchase of 6719 acres, as per the Brantford-Brant County Boundary Adjustment Agreement, … Continue reading

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Schools don’t need A/C when they have fake grass

Well, well, some precious teachers and students (notice who comes first here) found it a bit warm in the classroom during the recent heat wave in Ontario. Not so in the case of those who took to the multi-million dollar … Continue reading

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Cats and carts

What do you make of your neighbour who lets their cat roam the neighbourhood? What do you make of your fellow Costco shopper who thinks their shopping cart is a crowd control device designed to bump you out of the … Continue reading

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