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On references versus endorsements

On references versus endorsements

To be clear, I am not endorsing anyone in this civic election. I am not comfortable telling voters where to place their X. To my mind, an endorsement is a partisan pledge of support to a specific candidate, along with a plea for voters to follow suit. Instead, I’ve been asked and I’ve provided some

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Guest column: A good moment at Kinistinâw Park

Guest column: A good moment at Kinistinâw Park

You’re bummed out. I get it. I’m bummed out, too. The pandemic is emptying out our happiness accounts and running up a deficit of glum. I should not speak for everyone. City Councillor Andrew Knack, I swear, has never had a bad day. I deeply resent that about him 🙂 At any rate, it is a

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An ode to kind Gracelynn

An ode to kind Gracelynn

Kindness is an energy source. Unleashed, it bounces around the universe and back, like an echo. That is the message I carry with me when invited to speak at City Hall School. Visiting City Hall School is one of the best things about being a city councillor. It’s like recess for politicians. Sadly, without the

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