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    Ineffective lawsGang-related shootings in Toronto do not involve the use of handguns registered to their legitimate and licensed owners.
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    Just brutalIt would seem that Brantford has become a model for modern urban design. The planned addition to the venerable Château Laurier in Ottawa has adopted the esthetic of the ...
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    Underhanded tacticsRe: Justin Trudeau uses Doug Ford to attack federal Conservatives (Aug. 1)I’m not surprised that PM Trudeau is employing such an underhanded, fraudulent and hypocritical strategy in his re-election ...
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    PrivatizeMilitary procurement in Canada is about politics, not effectiveness or efficiency. We’ve just taken delivery of Australian trade-in F18s, as F35s are years in the future for us.
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    Citizens urged to help make community saferRe: Police investigate homicide (July 9)My wife and I are shocked and saddened by the horrific crime committed in the parking area of our ...
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    History lessonI recently read an interesting article, “Is the U.S. fit to lead the World?”, by the great Canadian political journalist, Bruce Hutchison.
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    Provincial cuts hurt most vulnerableRe: Entire child protection board resigns (July 11)I am so tired of the provincial government’s cuts to services essential for the protection of the most vulnerable ...
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    No way to treat the elderlyRe: Grieving family urges change to hospital discharge system (June 25)Reading the article about the Carrozzella family brought back so many memories about my mother, ...
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    Unlearned lessonThe rising tension between America and Iran is extremely concerning because the last thing we need is another Middle East war.
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    More political interference Re: Ottawa cuts icebreaker order from shipyard (June 13)Actually, this headline should read Liberal government cuts contract to give to either Irving or Davie shipbuilders, who are well ...
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    Frustration over local services While driving along Colborne Street, past Johnson Road, the other night, I came across a possum that had been hit by a car.
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    Kittens don’t deserve to be abandoned I would like to reach out to whoever left three adorable fluffy kittens at my farm.
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    Don’t bulldoze their homes to build ours Around the world, one million species face extinction due to habitat loss.