Integrity Commissioner leaves more questions than answers in Darbyson/Maika ruling

OPINION   I feel that instead of investigating the actual complaint, Giorno decided to focus on a trivial irrelevant query of a not-for-profit volunteer-based community service. — Christine Darbyson After charging taxpayers $4,350 and taking a full year to investigate what was  a very brief altercation, Integrity Commissioner Guy Giorno …

May 26

Seat of Wisdom College professor to give the annual St. Augustine of Canterbury Lecture in UK Dr. Richard Shaw, History Professor at Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College and Barry’s Bay resident has been invited to give the inaugural St. Augustine of Canterbury Lecture for the annual English Catholic History …

An “EPIC” story

Last June under the heading Countdown to new era at SFMH begins, The Current published news of the countdown to implementation of the EPIC health information system at St. Francis Memorial Hospital (SFMH). Click HERE to read.  In a press release dated May 17 SFMH announced that EPIC will go …

Councillors raise youth exodus and staff overtime concerns in budget talks

On May 21 MV adopted its 2019 budget approving a levy requirement for the municipality of $3,891,271.98. Although Council had voted in favour of a 2.5 percent municipal tax increase to achieve this, Acting Treasurer Amanda Hudder explained the impact of the final figures to Council. Based on $100,000 residential …

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