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Editorial | Oct 08, 2014

The Spectator’s View: Canada is now an environmental laggard

Government inaction and negligence is leading down a dangerous path

Hamilton Spectator
Columns | Oct 06, 2014

D'Amato: Vigil for aboriginal women is filled with pain, and hope

This is a national shame.

Waterloo Region Record | by Luisa D'Amato
Letters | Sep 24, 2014
EditorLetter

Enlightenment at odds with nature

I for one read Matt Brown’s election platform to become the next mayor of London. Improving London’s public transit without...

London Community News
Editorial | Sep 24, 2014

Police budget puts cops on the hot seat

In the rose-coloured 1990s, before the dot-com crash wiped out their fortunes, a lot of people were wildly rich – on paper,...

London Community News
Local | Sep 19, 2014
MILLARD-SMICH

Bosma murder trial expected for fall, 2015

Dellen Millard’s lawyer is not on the record; Deepak Paradkar must once again be officially retained for Superior Court case

Hamilton Spectator | by Susan Clairmont
Letters | Sep 18, 2014
EditorLetter

Having a cat is a lifetime commitment

OK, so I did not read your letter printed in the Aug. 21 issue, but I have read the responses in this week’s ‘Viewpoint’ so I...

London Community News
Letters | Sep 18, 2014
EditorLetter

Rapid transit musings

Rapid Transit in London? Maybe along Queens and King, but not north/south. As soon as a train rumbles through the city, its...

London Community News
Columns | Sep 18, 2014
Phil McLeod

Differing visions on direction for downtown

If you’ve ever looked at pictures of downtown London from a century ago, you can’t help being impressed by how busy and urban...

London Community News
Sep 24, 2014

Enlightenment at odds with nature

I for one read Matt Brown’s election platform to become the next mayor of London. Improving London’s public transit without sufficient infrastructure, traffic lights on too many intersections – Dream on.

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