MY VENT OF THE DAY Dear Editor
On our way to the park on Friday we were followed and stopped in the parking lot by an SQ officer. We were both sure that he was stopping us to tell us that we weren’t allowed in the park or to make sure we were practicing physical distancing, but no. He was in fact stopping us because some of the paint had come off our licence plate and the numbers were hard to read. We couldn’t help but notice that the young police officer was not wearing g
Democracy must go one despite Covid-19 Dear Editor,
Reading from last week's article "Saint-Lazare council files sanction against Director General", it seems very clear, in my opinion, that St. Lazare council had no other choice but to file that sanction against Director General Serge Tremblay. I have no doubt that the 5 councillors who voted in favor of the resolution, especially in the context of the Covid-19 crisis, displayed bravery and take their mission as legislators
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Saint-Lazare Council files sanction against Director General Dear Editor, After reading the aforementioned article appearing in last week's The Journal, I am writing to you to express my concern regarding some aspects of Saint-Lazare council's decision regarding its Director General (DG). First, however, allow me to explain my perspective. I am a retired administrator with over 35 years’ experience in the para-public sector – the last five years of which I served as DG of the