The critical role of unions


Unions have long been a cornerstone of Canadian society, playing a pivotal role in shaping the country’s labour landscape, including… Continue reading “The critical role of unions”

School boundary changes long overdue


Owing to Lindsay’s current – and anticipated – growth, school boundaries are in a state of flux with big changes… Continue reading “School boundary changes long overdue”

Caring is sharing time, as well as money


In recent years, Canada has witnessed a disheartening trend in the diminishing presence of service clubs across the nation. Once… Continue reading “Caring is sharing time, as well as money”

A fair country, lest we forget

As autumn leaves descend, we recognize it’s the time of year when we prepare to pay homage to those veterans… Continue reading “A fair country, lest we forget”

No news is bad news


It would be an understatement to say the media landscape has been under constant pressure and undergoing rapid change. Meta… Continue reading “No news is bad news”

Hugh Segal and basic income


The death of Hugh Segal a few weeks ago reminded the country there really did exist another breed of politician…. Continue reading “Hugh Segal and basic income”

Could this be your place?

This issue of the Advocate is chockfull of tourism-related stories – and for good reason. It’s a great way to… Continue reading “Could this be your place?”