A wise man once said, “an insincere and evil friend is more to be feared than a wild beast; a wild beast may wound your body, but an evil friend will wound your mind.”
Tax credits for volunteering would erode the spirit of charity work, argues Christine Boyd.
Flawed laws should be changed, not ignored
I am writing about the articles regarding playing road hockey in the Jan 25 issue.
I must first state that this has nothing to do with what I believe in terms of the “playing road hockey is illegal” bylaw.
I personally grew up playing road hockey and still enjoy a good game now and then. Unfortunately, I have a problem with how we are dealing with this unjust bylaw.
Slicing $33.7 million from an already frayed public school budget is like trying to trim the fat off an anorexic – only so much can be taken away before there’s nothing left. But it’s no reason to throw common sense out the window.