Skip to content

Opinion

EDITORIAL: Time for province to re-think in-home restrictions

EDITORIAL: Time for province to re-think in-home restrictions

'It's time the province's public-health restrictions regarded our dinner tables in the same way as open seating next to strangers in restaurants.'
LETTER: Flag sham a mockery of Canada

LETTER: Flag sham a mockery of Canada

'This, from a federal government that still cannot provide clean drinking water to its Indigenous citizens and a prime minister that doesn’t even honour Sept. 30 — the Day of Truth and Reconciliation — that he instituted.'
LETTER: Election truth shows there is a problem at City Hall

LETTER: Election truth shows there is a problem at City Hall

' ... a major overhaul needs to be done on fiscal responsibility, transparency, and common sense, or lack thereof.'
LETTER: Nally's leadership needed on payment deferral program

LETTER: Nally's leadership needed on payment deferral program

'The deferral program has led to unpaid bills of more than $14 million. Now, current good-standing customers are seeing an unfair rate-rider increase in their utility bills to cover this shortfall.'
LETTER: Time for city to create recreation pass for use at all facilities

LETTER: Time for city to create recreation pass for use at all facilities

'Every venue has its own fees, so you can't access different venues within one day without paying two or three separate fees.'
LETTER: Students must stop blocking driveways near Paul Kane

LETTER: Students must stop blocking driveways near Paul Kane

'If students cannot take the bus to school or walk, could a parent drop them off at school to make life easier for residents?'
COLUMN: Time for us to show we are true global citizens

COLUMN: Time for us to show we are true global citizens

'What we should be doing in a world fighting poverty is helping China move off of coal by shipping our natural gas there, not shutting down the supply they are desperate for.'
EDITORIAL: Mental-health deck is stacked against our first responders

EDITORIAL: Mental-health deck is stacked against our first responders

Mental-health struggles must be as acceptable in the first-responder workplace as physical injuries from being at the scene of a collision or a structural fire.
LETTER: Democracy should not carry a price tag

LETTER: Democracy should not carry a price tag

'Our veterans ran into conflict and fought evil to protect our freedoms and democracies so that we would forever have a say (and a vote) in our governance. They didn’t lay down our lives for us hoping voting would be affordable.'
LETTER: Flawed login in saying Heron lost her way to the top

LETTER: Flawed login in saying Heron lost her way to the top

'Heron and our incoming councillors all won. It’s as simple as that.'