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Columns | Feb 09, 2017

That comeback roar looks unlikely for Tiger

Tiger Woods just can’t get it together and it’s starting to look like he never will again.

Listowel Banner | by Dan McNee
Money Matters | Feb 03, 2017
What does retirement actually look like?

WEALTH MATTERS: What is your money for? Setting a vision for retirement savings

We use the term "retirement" frequently but don’t often consider what it means to each of us. What does retirement actually...

Metroland Media | by Kate Smalley
Columns | Feb 02, 2017
Guerrero and Halladay headed to hall of fame-Image1

Roy Halladay named to Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Vladimir Guerrero and 2015 Pan-Am Games gold-medal winning Team Canada also to be inducted

OurWindsor.Ca | by Richard Griffin
Editorial | Feb 01, 2017
Quebec vigil

In the wake of tragedy, more doublespeak

Doublespeak is when someone, typically a representative of an institution like a government or corporation, purposefully uses...

Stratford Gazette | by Chet Greason
Columns | Jan 31, 2017
Dishing it Out

Dry January: A month without cockroach-infused wine

Tomorrow is February 1, which means we’ve survived January. For Andrew and I specifically, it means we’ve survived a Dry...

St. Marys Journal Argus | by Andrea Macko
Columns | Jan 27, 2017
Dishing it Out

Keen-eyed, balcony-loving trio made us feel welcome

It was June of 2004, about six months after Andrew and I had moved to St. Marys. I had repainted the dingy metal flowerboxes...

St. Marys Journal Argus | by Andrea Macko
Money Matters | Jan 27, 2017
Planning for retirement

WEALTH MATTERS: What you need to know about spousal RRSPs

of a spousal RRSP as an investment account for your spouse’s retirement. You’ll contribute the money and receive the tax...

Metroland Media | by Randy Cass
Editorial | Jan 26, 2017
Fake news

The Spectator’s View: Fakes news is real, and it’s happening here

Real journalists make mistakes, but they do not seek to influence and profit by making things up.

Hamilton Spectator
Oct 22, 2016

Chinese Canadian National Council sees road closure signs near Algonquin as 'thinly-veiled racism'

Editor's note: This letter was addressed to councillor Marlene Kyle, councillor with the Township of Algonquin Highlands, and a copy forwarded to this newspaper. Dear: Councillor Marlene Kyle Re: Algonquin Highlands Township Fall Colours...


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