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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.
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    Many help make jazz festival a successWhat a time we have had Sept. 13-15 celebrating the 12th edition of the Brantford International Jazz Festival.
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    CARP does not endorse political partiesRe: Promises, promises (Letter, Sept. 20)A letter writer states: “…hopefully, the Canadian Association of Retired Persons does not jump on this bandwagon and endorse Trudeau ...
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    Elections should be about policySeveral years ago, I had some of my faith reaffirmed in humanity in observing a Syrian family quietly go about its business in a home adjacent ...
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    Exciting opportunities ahead for Laurier BrantfordThis month marks the 20th anniversary of the launch of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford campus.
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    Progress made in breast cancer causeEarlier this month, new data released by the Canadian Cancer Society told us that the breast cancer death rate in women has been almost cut ...
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    Columnist two-facedRe: Renegade Tories choose principle over Brexit chaos (Sept. 12)It’s funny to read columnist Andew Cohen heaping praise on Rory Stewart, the British Conservative minister, for speaking his mind ...
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    Relevant mattersSo, Brantford’s “what the heck’s a million?” city council is proceeding with plans for the Oak Park Road commuter shortcut to Highway 403.
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    Trudeau foreign policy record ‘abysmal’It is not surprising that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen not to participate in the public leaders debate on foreign policy.
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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 ...