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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...

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...

Farewell, dear doctor

I had had forewarning, but now the date is set. By mid-summer, Dr. Curtis Folkerson will have retired and will no longer be my family physician – my GP. Maureen and I moved to the Hills in 1992 in preparation for retirement years. Obtaining a family doctor is crucial...

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