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Saturday, September 25, 2021

YEAR IN REVIEW | Voices in the Voice

Earlier this month, the Voice invited a selection of community members to contribute their thoughts about the unparalleled year now coming to a close....

PEOPLE & POLITICS | Election spending and the Notwithstanding Clause

Premier Ford has drawn a great deal of criticism and some support for invoking the seldom-used notwithstanding clause in the Canadian Charter of Rights...

Letters & Op-Ed, September 8 2021

Allison slammed for “fringe” Covid cure stance Mr. Allison’s support of Ivermectin is irresponsible and frankly disturbing. Not only is Ivermectin ineffective against Covid-19, taking...

COMMENTARY | Ford needs to act, Oosterhoff needs to go

It seems like just yesterday that Premier Doug Ford was calling partygoers, “A few fries short of a happy meal.” Now, when the partygoer is...

Letters & Op-Ed, October 28 2020

Buy Niagara, buy fresh—but buyer beware Just over a week ago I purchased apples from the local Sobeys store believing my purchase would be crisp,...

Letters & Op-Ed, July 28 2021

Open letter on new tree policy Mayor and councillors, I have just been informed that the tree policy is on next Monday's agenda, but more...

PEOPLE & POLITICS: The legacy of Trump World

This is the first of a two-part series. This week’s column will deal with how Donald Trump has changed American society and where the...

Letters & Op-Ed, August 11 2021

Nominates next candidate for road safety paint Kudos for publishing that letter a few weeks back asking for some paint on the Haist Street speed...

Letters & Op-Ed, July 7 2021

Snakes on a plain The first year we moved in to our house and before we had grass, there was a large snake curled up...

Letters & Op-Ed, June 2 2021

More Gang of Four, please Much appreciation given to Councillors Hildebrandt, Kore, Wink, Haun and Stewart who, at the last council meeting (as reported extensively...