February 2019 Archive

Unnecessary road rage

In two separate incidents within 20 minutes of each other, I was faced with the aggressive behaviour of road rage. These  situations could’ve cost me ...

OAP revamp unfair

As a single mother of a child with autism, I, like many other families are more than frustrated and angry with these upcoming changes to ...

I take my coffee with a splash of ideas

By Anthony Carnovale Coffee? Yes, please. I can’t get enough of it. I. Love. Coffee. I drink it black; good coffee only comes in black. ...

ISIS Wives

By Brian Lockhart It is hard to fathom the mindset of people who do something so contrary to common sense that no amount of counselling ...

It just makes sense

By Constance Scrafield There is a lot about kindness, helpfulness and love in some of the writing in this week’s Citizen. In a world where ...

Nigeria’s election

By Gwynne Dyer Lengthy delays before announcing the results of African elections are commonplace (the Democratic Republic of Congo last month, Zimbabwe last July, etc.). ...

Canada, a ‘small’ country?

By Doug Skeates What does small refer to?  Normally one considers this as an adjective describing size but small is a word which only has ...

ODSS Bears going to championship

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville District Secondary School Bears hockey boys hockey team will go to the District 4 championship after a 3-1 win over ...

Westside Thunder bow out of D4 competition

By Brian Lockhart The Westside Secondary School Thunder boys hockey team ended their season with a 5-2 loss to the Orangeville District Secondary School Bears ...

Muskies bow out after loss to Elora

By Brian Lockhart The Shelburne Muskies can polish up their golf clubs after taking a 6-4 loss to the Elora Rocks on Saturday (Feb. 23) ...

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