Where are all the daggers? The nefarious whisper campaigns?
Our readers write about a recent Anthony Furey column and take issue with an editorial on plastic bottle deposits.
The old reporter in me won’t let me live this down. Not ever.
Language matters, as we rediscover in almost every morning's newspaper.
Standing in front of an auditorium of mostly white faces, the president of the Ontario Black History Society asked a group of elementary students what they knew of Black History Month. A precocious girl in the first grade raised her hand.
I don’t envy St. Catharines’ budget-makers.
Politics: is there no escape? Partisan, divisive commentary now dominates nearly every public space. Politico and C-SPAN has spilled into our recreational outlets, flooding comedy, the arts and social media, drawing a tripwire around family dinners and office water cooler.
The need for unity has been on mind lately: Unity within churches; unity within Christianity; unity in our countries, and the increased unity that genuine ecumenical effort provides.
History lives in Welland. This summer though, it will flower as never before.