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Patients at-risk due to job cuts at Grand River
I’ve read your article “Nurses’ association says job cuts will compromise care,” and I agree.
Take a minute to thank our local volunteers
Every year during National Volunteer Week, we have the opportunity to celebrate their efforts and contributions.
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Tuesday, March, 10, 2015 - 10:10:15 AM
A timeout from tech "[...] media was very interested in covering this event. We were featured in The Record, CTV news, the Kitchener Post and the Canadian Mennonite. We also had a number of radio stations request interviews, including a [...]"
Comment by Tech TimeOut: We survived! - Rockway Mennonite Collegiate
Friday, February, 27, 2015 - 2:02:43 PM
Clearing snow needs a happy medium "[...] On Tuesday of last week, The Record published a column by Professor Alejandro López-Ortiz calling on our cities to plow sidewalks like they do roads. This week, Kitchener Post columnist James Bow also called on Kitchener to investigate offer"
Comment by Winter Sidewalk Round-Up | TriTAG
Saturday, February, 21, 2015 - 10:10:18 PM
Short on space "[...] http://www.kitchenerpost.ca/news/short-on-space/ [...]"
Comment by We Need More Space! | Doon Pioneer Park Community Association
No regrets in betting on yourself
After close to 140 job applications, resumes, and cover letters within a span of two months, I finally landed a sweet government job in 2013.
City should practice what it preaches
Here’s a tip for the City of Kitchener bylaw detectives working the cases of poor residential snow removal ... stake out the sidewalks and surrounding area of your Kitchener Market.
Infrastructure matters
Canadians are paying a hefty price for poor infrastructure.
Bill C-51 creates unaccountable secret police
The government’s secret police Bill C-51 is reckless, dangerous, and ineffective. It turns CSIS into a secret police force with little oversight or accountability.
Eliminating long form census was a mistake
Eliminating the long form census was a costly mistake and it’s high time Parliament fix it and restore it by passing Bill C-626.
Closing city golf courses would be a shame
As a former member of Rockway, I would like to comment on a number of concerns about whether these courses should be closed due to finances.
Increase aid funding in development goals
In 2000, the world harnessed incredible energy to develop the Millennium Development Goals — time-limited targets for addressing extreme poverty, hunger, disease, lack of shelter, all while promoting gender equality, education, and environmental sustainability. In 2015 these goals are due for renewal.
Sidewalk bylaw shouldn’t be mean-spirited
When a law is just plain wrong, what are the citizens who are faced with its consequences to do?
Help newcomers settle in without judgement
Help newcomers settle in and listen to their stories, instead of only caring about your wallet.
Harming Canada’s reputation internationally
I was shocked to find out that in 2013, funding for the permanent elimination of extreme poverty rose 6.1 per cent world wide while Canada’s contribution dropped a humiliating 11.4 per cent.
Patients deserve better from government
Ontario’s doctors were extremely disappointed to read your incorrect comment as reported in the Sudbury Star recently, regarding our negotiations with your government. And we felt, to be fair to patients, we needed to reach out to correct the record.
Keep your job and don’t buy off the Internet
As a man in my 70s, I sometimes wonder where technology will eventually take us.
City should take cost into consideration
Taxes, taxes, taxes. Our councillors are working hard on tax rates to keep them low as possible.
Your eyes need proper care and attention
What most people don’t know is that up to 75 per cent of vision loss is preventable or treatable.
Citizens should have right to protect themselves
Sadly neither the police nor the media will post the truth that when citizens are given the right and responsibility to protect themselves and their property, violent crime rates diminish dramatically.
High-speed rail is a pie in the sky idea
James Bow is absolutely correct in this column. It makes no sense in this era of restrained budgets to discuss pie in the sky proposals, like high-speed rail, when we aren’t even sure if there is a market for it.
 
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