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georgianbay- by Phil McNichol

Not that long ago a people now often referred to in Canada as ‘First Nation’ used to walk freely for ages on the 5.9 acres (2.4 hectares) of land I now call home here in Hope Ness, north of Hope Bay, on the Bruce (Formerly Saugeen) Peninsula.

They’ve been on my mind a lot, those First Nation people who trusted the British Crown enough ...

maskedbauble - by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

What you do in the next few weeks will affect people you love, and people you have never met.
Let me introduce two of them, young women who are front-line health care workers - the "heroes" we keep talking about. ...

mcvetyRe: Walker's vote propagates hate (December 12) 

Erroll Treslan: Ryan, I would have thought that you and those who support tolerance and anti-discrimination would welcome this approval (actually, it’s only a conditional approval).

I copied the following from the statement of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations decrying the approval:

walkerford- by Ryan Brown

This week, my MPP voted to allow Charles McVety's Canada Christian College to grant BA and BSc degrees. You may have heard something about this in the news, but if you're confused, here's a rundown:

Charles McVety is homophobic, transphobic, Islamophobic, and racist. I don't use these words lightly in the case of ...

Sauble- by Phil McNichol

Sauble Beach is a major summer tourist destination in Ontario, Canada’s most populous province. It stretches for 11 kilometres along the Lake Huron’s eastern shoreline south of the Sauble River.
The tourism economy has stimulated the growth of a resort and year-round community ...

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