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Gord Henderson wrong about city critics

Re: Boo birds hate anything that will allow Windsor to move forward, opinion column by Gord Henderson, Sept. 10.

In my opinion, only two projects accomplished by this city in the last 15 or 20 years were of benefit to all taxpayers – the beautification of the waterfront and the privatization of garbage collection. 162 more words

Windsor

Payne knows how the political game is played

Hilary Payne got his first taste of municipal politics back in 1964 when he was hired as Leamington’s town engineer and witnessed the shenanigans of a council that regularly flouted the law in dealing with hot-button issues behind closed doors. 625 more words

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Don't blame CUPE for every city problem

Re: Boo birds hate anything that will allow Windsor to move forward, opinion column by Gord Henderson, Sept. 10.

Ah, the same old song and dance from Gord Henderson — blame CUPE for everything. 225 more words

Letters

Mayor and council need to up their game

Re: Windsor really needs to up its game, opinion column by Gord Henderson, Sept. 3.

I agree with Gord Henderson that Windsor needs to up its game, but don’t we need a progressive, forward-thinking mayor and council to achieve that? 264 more words

Windsor

Henderson: Muir's Olde Sandwich legacy will live on

With so many larger-than-life community builders dying with a lingering question mark, never knowing if or how they’ll be remembered, the “gift” John Muir received on his deathbed was particularly poignant. 635 more words

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Hunt for father's murderer a tale of perseverance

Re: Finding peace over a father’s brutal murder, opinion column by Gord Henderson, July 30.

I appreciated reading this column very much.

It is a testimony of what self-perseverance will do in spite of what others may think. 55 more words

Letters

Henderson: On the trail of a father's murderer

The brutal, ultimately fatal assault on his father on a backwoods trail in remote northern B.C. has haunted Windsor businessman Joe Greco for decades.

But now, after years of pleading for information, he’s a big step closer to finding out what happened. 699 more words

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