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    Don’t sell ArrowdaleBack in  spring 2017, Brantford city council  voted to not sell Arrowdale Municipal Golf Course and allotted money to upgrade the facility, scheduled for planning in 2020 and ...
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    ChinaBack in the 1950s, my father-in-law tagged the Chinese as a people to watch. He based this on their culture and population; they were not a stupid people, nor were ...
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    Hold landlords accountableRe: City to open new shelter in former police station (Nov. 21)It’s great that the city is opening the old police station as a shelter for the homeless.
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    Firing Cherry terrible mistakeIf the CEO of Sportsnet has never made a mistake, never said words he wished he hadn’t, then I accept his decision to fire Don Cherry from ...
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    Charging stations neededRe: Brantford councillors declare climate emergency (Nov. 14)As an intercity driver of a big pickup truck, I don’t have a lot of integrity in offering my opinion on ...
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    Suspend CherryI love Don Cherry most of the time  but I did not appreciate his comments on Coach’s Corner on Saturday night.
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    Lest we forgetWhile shopping at a local store, I noticed a sign stating that the store would be closed on Monday, Nov.
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    Same old gamesRe: Sale of Arrowdale not an option for some city councillors (Nov. 28)Well, we have a new mayor, a couple of new councillors and a new CAO but ...
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    Confusing timesI am confused about a few things happening in Canada today. Why are a number of provinces still planning to fight the carbon tax when 63 per cent of ...
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    Doing the math on hydro rate hikeRe: There is no Ford hydro cut (Our Views, Oct. 26)The editorial states that that, as of Nov.
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    Plan for Dufferin clubhouse neededThe focus at a meeting Oct. 15 to discuss the Dufferin Park master plan quickly turned to the fate of the Dufferin Club, which has been ...
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    Canada losesThe big winners of Monday’s federal election are the Conservatives, who got the most votes and gained in their number of seats.
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    Make Dufferin Park city’s tennis hub At a recent Dufferin Park Master Plan meeting,  Brantford’s parks- recreation department presented a development proposal  that transforms what has been a hub for ...
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    Not an ideal candidateThat Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer holds dual Canadian-American citizenship is a matter of the greatest indifference.
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    Impressed by BernierMy wife and I watched the the federal leaders debate Monday evening from beginning to end and the leader who impressed us most was Maxime Bernier of the ...
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    Volunteer celebration class AThe City of Brantford’s volunteer recognition celebration on Oct. 2 at the Sanderson Centre was a class A event.