October 2018 Archive

The case for less is more

By Laura Campbell Anyone who knows me very well (my husband), knows that I have a hard time managing many things at once. I like ...

A confession

By Anthony Carnovale I have a confession to make: I’m confused. Like, really. I mean, I don’t know. Maybe I’m just tired. Actually, its more ...

Permission given

By Constance Scrafield The Taj Mahal in India, was built by 20,000 men over the years from 1632 to 1653 and is symmetrically perfect, the ...

Hospital beds

By Brian Lockhart Fortunately, I’ve never had to experience a hospital stay. My only visits as a patient were the result of a couple of ...

Brazil: Hard right wins again

By Gwynne Dyer A man who makes Donald Trump look like a bleeding-heart liberal will almost certainly be Brazil’s next president. Jair Bolsonaro won 46% ...

A tale of two (Supreme) courts

THEY BOTH HAVE NINE judges, but the highest courts of the land in Canada and the United States could hardly be more different in both ...

A good test of voting

FOR THE FIRST TIME, all but one of Dufferin’s lower-tier municipalities will be offering residents at least the option of electronic voting. Only Orangeville is ...

Inductees to Orangeville Sports Hall of Fame announced

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Sports Hall of Fame has announced its selection for inductees for this year.               ...

Thunder / Royals meet for first ever baseball game

By Brian Lockhart For the fist time ever, two local high schools will meet on the baseball diamond. This is the first year Westside Secondary ...

Local resident inducted to York Sports Hall of Fame

Twenty-five years after playing his last basketball game at York University, Mark Bellai has been inducted to the University’s Sports Hall of Fame for his ...

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