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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...

Stand united in valuing education

By Jen Bardell An Open Letter to the Public I write to you today not only as an experienced teacher but also as a concerned citizen and parent who has become increasingly infuriated by the state of education in our province. We find ourselves at a critical moment in...

CAQ building a linguistic wall around Quebec

By Carl Hagar The assault on the English-speaking population of Quebec by mean-spirited Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) operatives continues. Doubling tuition fees for foreign students coming to English universities rouses the CAQ base but harms the reputation of Quebec...

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