Letter to the Editor From Pastor Tom Newton in Cornwall Ontario – A Real Christmas Carol DEC 21, 2015

Letter to the Editor From Pastor Tom Newton in Cornwall Ontario – A Real Christmas Carol  DEC 21, 2015

A Real Christmas Carol By Pastor Tom Newton   As we approach another Christmas, I would like to reflect on Christmas before and after becoming a Christian.  For Christmas before becoming a Christian was a day; to most of us it meant very little.  This year, Christmas will come and go, and it may have […]

Letter to the Editor – Tom Manley On Conservative Tax Credits SEPT 20, 2015

Letter to the Editor – Tom Manley On Conservative Tax Credits SEPT 20, 2015

Conservative Tax Credits Are Big Government The Harper Conservative are proposing a tax credit for service club memberships. That follows earlier tax credits for volunteer firemen, children’s organized sports, and children’s organized cultural activities. These are all very noble and worthy endeavours. But do they need tax credits? Do tax credits make them more worthy […]

Letter to the Editor – Pastor Tom Newton Calls Wynne Sex Ed Policy Sexual Perversion SEPT 4, 2015

Letter to the Editor – Pastor Tom Newton Calls Wynne Sex Ed Policy Sexual Perversion SEPT 4, 2015

Parents Protest Premier Wynne’s Sex Ed Perversion: First a word from our sponsor: “I hope the Liberal government will decide to work with both parents and educators in order to ensure they are ready to provide Ontario’s students with information they can use to make responsible and fully informed decisions regarding their health and relationships.” […]

Dave Windsor of Cornwall Ontario Wants Keystone Pipeline – Letter to the Editor AUG 12, 2015

Dave Windsor of Cornwall Ontario Wants Keystone Pipeline – Letter to the Editor AUG 12, 2015

Letter to the Editor Keystone Must Be Approved The Keystone project, MUST go forward for North America’s Sake.  This may seem simplistic, yet Ultra important to all our economies. Here is why: Dependency on oils of Asian and Arabic extraction in the Far East have caused virtually ALL the wars between the USA and all other […]

Larry Kazdan on the Dangers of Printing Too Much Money – LTE – May 7, 2015

Larry Kazdan on the Dangers of Printing Too Much Money – LTE – May 7, 2015

Re: Federal parties start to play their economic cards, Jason Fekete, May 5, 2015 http://ottawacitizen.com/news/politics/federal-parties-start-to-play-their-economic-cards The conventional wisdom is that whichever party forms government will not have much financial breathing room, especially with the collapse of world oil prices. In fact, while there are ideological and eventual real resource restraints, there is no financial constraint […]

Letter to the Editor by Pastor Tom Newton : Municipalities will obey ban on prayers APRIL 23, 2015

Letter to the Editor by Pastor Tom Newton : Municipalities will obey ban on prayers APRIL 23, 2015

  Yes, the High Court of the Land has spoken, and many gladly obey. Another nail in the coffin of religious freedom and expression! I am not surprised at the High Court’s decision here, seeing its track record on past ungodly actions: abortion, same sex marriage, physician-assisted suicide, and many others. The trend is more […]

Letter to the Editor – Nancy Dunlop of Cornwall Ontario is Against the Energy East Pipeline – JAN 27, 2015

Letter to the Editor – Nancy Dunlop of Cornwall Ontario is Against the Energy East Pipeline – JAN 27, 2015

As a citizen and taxpayer, I am opposed to allowing TransCanada to reverse their existing natural gas pipeline, build a new portion to tidewater and pump dilbit through it.   Energy East has all of a sudden became a “nation building” project since pipelines to the United States and British Columbia to enable export of […]

Letter to the Editor: South Stormont Candidates Boycott Constituents Oct 9, 2014

Letter to the Editor: South Stormont Candidates Boycott Constituents Oct 9, 2014

The South Stormont News organized a Debate for Tuesday October 7, 2014 at The Long Sault Marina Restaurant, unfortunately the organizer Mr. Jamie Gilcig developed a sudden medical condition and the event morphed into a Town Hall style meeting. A near packed house of South Stormont residents attended and although they thoroughly enjoyed the comradery, […]