Author Archives: Bulletin Editor

Which  Commandments is most important?

According to one email I received, the Fifth Commandment is “Humour thy father and mother.” Although humour may help at times, the word is “honour.” Alyssa, age 8, says honoring your parents is especially important “because if you don’t, it ...

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Brother printer a ripoff for low-level users

Unless you’re running a lot of printing, never buy a Brother multi-function printer. You’ll be ripped off and likely end up giving the machine away. (Because nobody will buy it from you.) The big cheat is in the expensive ink, ...

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Hey Hillary! Here’s ‘What Happened’

The answer is as stark as the question mark in your dazed eyes. Aside from the plain fact that Clintons have caused enough pain, here it is: We are disgusted and weary of the unscrupulous Clintons. Yes, that includes the “Big ...

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Let’s de-amalgamate this horrid Metro mess

Is Kathleen Wynne as bad for Ontario as Mike Harris? In the political wrestling match at Queen’s Park the question of which of two concurrent political villains is the meanest, greediest and least competent. It’s a tossup. The evils that ...

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Wynne’s soaring hospital electricity bills

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is disappointed with the Ontario government’s response to our ongoing campaign to show how high electricity bills are hurting hospitals. Documents obtained by the CTF through Freedom of Information requests and released over the course ...

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Sign up for city winter swim and skate programs

Registration for City of Toronto’s winter swim and skate programs and March break camps starts this coming weekend The City of Toronto offers a wide range of safe, fun and high-quality recreation programs for people of all ages, skill levels ...

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Nestle’s obscene ‘grand theft’ of our water

Here in Ontario, the fight to stop Nestlé’s outrageous water grabs is reaching a boiling point – and your voice is urgently needed. The Council of Canadians has discovered that the bottled water giant has been pumping water out of ...

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Toronto pilots new smart-traffic-signal tech

Mayor John Tory announces the City of Toronto is launching two smart traffic signal pilot projects to test the latest technology in smart traffic systems. These systems are more effective than traditional traffic signals because they are able to independently ...

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What does God enjoy most?

“God likes people because he made them on the last day,” says Sarah, age 6. I suppose Sarah’s idea is that God saved the best for last. “God enjoys us because we are quiet people,” says Kasey, 6. I wonder ...

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Cavalcade of Lights at city hall this Saturday

The annual Cavalcade of Lights presented by Great Gulf will illuminate Nathan Phillips Square, located at 100 Queen Street W., tomorrow at 6 p.m. with DJ skating parties, live music, the countdown to the first lighting of Toronto’s official Christmas ...

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