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LETTER: Bailey is right to be optimistic about the future of Canada’s refining sector

Re: Bob Bailey bullish about refineries’ future (Jan. 12) MPP Bailey is right to be optimistic about the future of Canada’s refining sector. While...

LETTER: Bailey may be viewing the world through ‘ideologically coloured glasses’

Re: Bob Bailey bullish about refineries' future (Jan. 12) MPP Bob Bailey may be viewing the world through ideologically coloured glasses when he predicts a...

GUEST COLUMN: Remembering Sarnia’s 5-pin alleys

By Bob Boulton, Special to The Journal Whitey Stapleton, no one called him Pat back then, played defence for the Sarnia Legionnaires and went on...

Journal readers: We want to hear from you!

Have something to say? The Journal welcomes Letters to the Editor, as well as Guest Columnists. We encourage a diverse range of voices and views...

LETTER: If 11.5% puts more boots on the streets, I’m in

Our Sarnia Police Service has requested an 11.5% increase in their operating budget. I see opposition to such an increase. Question the increase, absolutely and...

LETTER: Let’s change the language around addiction

On Dec 03, 2022 the Sarnia Police issued a tragic press release entitled "Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Continue" as a warning to highlight the gravity...

LETTER: “Message to Premier Ford – respect workers, accept Bill 124 decision”

Frontline workers have been through a lot the past three years. They’ve kept us safe and our economy running under unprecedented circumstances. Yet this...

GUEST COLUMN: Memories of the family Christmas tree

By Elizabeth Miles  We put our tree up on December 23rd. It had to be a live one, usually a spruce which was not the most...

LETTER: Larger police presence could have saved the ‘fairy tree’

The fairies are gone! Sad news in my neighbourhood: The fairy treat tree is gone. Every Thursday after daycare, my son and daughter would run to...

Guest Column: Reflections Just Before Winter

By Bob Boulton, Special to The Journal This year there was no dead mouse behind the freezer. The upright freezer in our garage holds the items...