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onlinevotingDear Editor,

If we want passionate, knowledgeable people who care about the issues to represent us over the next four years, we need to show up for ...

robrolfeDear Editor,

I am the local poet referred to in Councillor Tamming’s opinion piece, “Of boxes, frustration and homelessness”. I feel I should respond to his comments about last Monday’s Council meeting.

Councillor Tamming has been a great supporter of the arts in this city. ...

modularCandidates for Council,

It was announced yesterday that the city of Charlottetown, PEI will house its homeless this winter in modular sleeping units. You can read a number of articles on this initiative aimed at providing the homeless with a warm bed during the winter months at this link. Click Here

From what I can gather from these articles, each module costs about $30,000 and houses 4 or 5 beds. I know that the majority council members believe ...

bandstandMayor Ian Boddy and Member of Owen Sound City Council

I attended last night’s meeting of Owen Sound City Council. City Manager Tim Simmonds was asked by Mayor Boddy to respond to a question from a member of the public – Francesca Dobbyn, Executive Director of United Way Bruce Grey, and a member of the Save the Bandstand group. Dobbyn had asked Council why the city had posted closed signs on the bandstand, which was being used by unhoused people as shelter.


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