Category Archive: Original Writing

From The Roxy to Maverick’s Music Hall – Historic venue has entertained for almost a century

29 February 2024 Mention “The Roxx” or “The Roxy” to anyone in the southern Ontario city of Barrie, who has lived there for more than a decade, they will likely know of the art deco influenced building in downtown Barrie that has been a centre for entertainment for almost a century. Starting out as a …

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Bradford West Gwillimbury shows their support for Ukraine on the 2nd anniversary of the Russian invasion

February 2024 An enthusiastic crowd gathered at the Bradford Leisure Centre to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and to express their continued support for the Ukrainian people. Hosted by the Ukrainian Community of Bradford, dignitaries included Member of Parliament for York-Simcoe Scot Davidson, Bradford West Gwillimbury Mayor Mayor James Leduc …

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I’ll take corruption for $60 million, Alex!

February 2024 As we enter the annual tax filing season, it’s kind of awkward for the federal government that Auditor General Karen Hogan concluded in her report on the ArriveSCAM App that the Canada Boarder Services Agency (CBSA), Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) showed a “…glaring disregard …

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The Pink Building is now gone, but its demolition revealed a glimpse of Barrie’s past

February 2024 Another part of Barrie’s past has fallen to the wrecking ball. The southern Ontario city of Barrie is like many cities and towns across Canada, with many historic buildings in their downtown core. What became known as the “Pink Building” in recent years, due to the pink paint that covered its exterior, had …

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Ports Canada Police once protected our ports – Is it time to re-form this federal police agency?

February 2024 Re: “Canada keeps shampoo off jets but not stolen SUVs off ships” (Joe Warmington, 9 February): One of the things that Justin Trudeau needs to do is to immediately re-form the Ports Canada Police Service, a specialized federal police service that was disbanded in July 1997. Formed as the law enforcement arm of …

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Joe Biden’s Presidency crashes like the Hindenberg

February 2024 I was hoping someone Democratic Party can tell me why they spent 4 years telling us that President Trump needed to be removed under the 25th¬†Amendment for mental incompetence, in between their chants of “Russia, Russia, Russia,” yet they’ve allowed the train wreck that is President Joe Biden to chug merrily along?¬† In …

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Alberta Premier Danielle Smith wrongfully vilified for gender-transitioning policy

February 2024 Re: Policy on gender caring, compassionate, reasonable (Brian Lilley, Toronto Sun, 3 February 2024): As the usual crowd of woke progressives begin their campaign of hate and intolerance in fighting against Premier Danielle Smith’s recently proposed policy changes relating to gender and transitioning sexes for minor children, they might want to take into …

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The unknown fate of Windsor’s abandoned Greyhound Bus Terminal

January 2024 What will become of the City of Windsor’s former Greyhound bus terminal remains unknown despite a plan by the University of Windsor to incorporate it into its $32.6-million downtown creative arts and music campus. For now, the vacant building will remain as such. Windsor’s Greyhound bus terminal opened in 1940, serving as the …

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A true gentleman and a life well lived

January 2024 It is with great sadness that the Forsyth family announces the passing of Colonel (Ret’d) James Charles Forsyth, CStJ, CD, CA, on 11 January 2024, at the age of 85. Born in Hamilton on 1 June 1938, the son of the late Maurice & Lillian (Denver) Forsyth. James was a graduate of Central Secondary …

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Rebel News reporter arrested for asking questions of Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister

January 2024 The arrest of Rebel News reporter David Menzies by the RCMP security detail for Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland for scrumming her outside the Richmond Hill Performing Arts Centre on 8 January, should be very alarming to all Canadians.  Freeland was attending a memorial vigil for the victims of the shooting down of …

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