With new revelations of sexual misconduct and other forms of harassment being levelled almost daily against politicians of all stripes and levels, Canadians must be wondering just who we have entrusted to run our country (or respective province), not to mention spend our money wisely.
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Whether a world-famous recording artist or glamorous movie star, or someone who serves up your morning coffee at the local shop, everyone loves to be recognized for the work they do.
A town delegation once again is heading to Toronto to “bend the ear" of various provincial ministers and parliamentary secretaries on seemingly chronic issues such as the need for a full-time Crown Attorney and resident judge here, the lack of "Connecting Link” funding to help repair our deteriorating roads, and timber management, just to name a few.
Citing a “significant compression" between principal and superintendent compensation inconsistent with its recruitment needs, the Rainy River Distict School Board has proposed an "Executive Compensation Program" to "reduce the gap, rectify the inequity, and support succession planning into the future.”
Sometimes it take the perception of others to put things into perspective for the rest of us.
Rami Canoon, the father of a second Iraqi refugee family that arrived in Fort Frances just this past Friday, didn't seem to mind the bitter cold that greeted them.
Communities which lose their major industry/employer often succumb to a downward spiral that inevitably drains the life out of them.
Looking back at 2017, that certainly isn't the case here.
Town council's reasoning for not re-opening the office at Point Park during the summer months was solid.
There is the expense involved, including renovations to the building, as well as the need for a cash register, point of sale terminal, and phone and Internet connections.
“Long overdue” was how Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services executive director Calvin Morrisseau put it during Friday's grand-opening ceremony for the new Mino Ayaa Ta Win Healing Centre located in the former Ivik building on Mishkiki Miikan Road off Highway 11, about 10 minutes east of Fort Frances.
Hockey news, fashion tips, TV and movie listings, retirement strategies, updates on Celine Dion – all of this information now constitutes local media — at least according to federal Heritage Minister Melanie Joly.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stood in the House of Commons yesterday afternoon and rightfully apologized for decades of government-sanctioned discrimination against members of the LGBTQ2 community during the so-called “gay purge” that began as far back as the 1940s.