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Without local newspapers, democracy will die

By Andrew Salkeld Trevor Greenway, in the July 19 editorial column, has done a majestic job of highlighting the absence and unavailability of our elected National Assembly representative, Robert Bussière. Most local people are aware of this apparently abhorrent and...

Trust in public system shouldn’t lead to tragedy

I would like to respond to Teresa Bandrowska’s letter (“Headline in elder death misleading, Masham care home ‘exemplary’” June 12 edition) to offer some clarification. My mother was a resident of Masham, and we were extremely happy and relieved to know that she was...

Reflecting on D-Day, 80 years later

As I write, 80 years ago today – D-Day, June 6, 1944 – 350,000 soldiers and sailors of the Allied Armed Forces of Canadian, American, British and Commonwealth troops left the south coast of Britain and landed in northern France along a series of beaches in Normandy...

80 years since D-Day

As I write, 80 years ago today – D-Day, June 6, 1944 – 350,000 soldiers and sailors of the Allied Armed Forces of Canadian, American, British and Commonwealth troops left the south coast of Britain and landed in northern France along a series of beaches in Normandy...

Alarming healthcare situation in the Outaouais

The following is an open letter to Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé: Dear Minister, On behalf of the Outaouais caucus, and with the united support of our colleagues from the National Capital Region, we write to you with deep concern regarding the healthcare...

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