Editorial

Editorial

Local news, editorial, opinions, sports, death notices from the Manitoulin Expositor

In this space, it is not uncommon for the editorial commentary to rail about something the government (often the federal Conservatives presently holding power...

There are now less than four months until the October 19 federal General Election and Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing has nearly a full slate of candidates with...

It was encouraging to read a story in last week’s paper that demonstrates the dual and related spirits of cooperation and community improvement. The Manitoulin...

The Truth and Reconciliation process on Indian residential schools marked a nationally significant point in its progress last week when  Commission chair the Honourable...

Trillium changes will have profound impact on the North Governments of late have been fixated on the concept on budgets, deficits and value for taxpayer’s...

Laurentian bid for Barrie campus should get nod What a surprise to learn late last week that Sudbury’s Laurentian University’s bid to expand its fledgling...

Progressives need to band together to overcome the right Remember Ontario’s earnest discussion of electoral alternatives to the traditional “first past the post” system of...

The dust has settled on the two-person race to elect a new leader for the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party with newcomer Patrick Brown handily...

The passing this winter and spring of two Manitoulin Island Second World War naval veterans (George Boyd of Kagawong in January and, two weeks...

When the M.S. Chi-Cheemaun cruises into South Baymouth next Tuesday to begin her nearly six-month-long sailing season, this particular event will not only be...

Our society has a well-worn maxim that declares, “the private sector can do the job more efficiently” that is almost always directed at ventures...

Volunteers make the rural world go round, or at least make for a well-rounded rural community. Without the contributions of the hundreds and even...

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