Millroy: “It appears to me that the Liberals blew it”

It is hard to believe that the Liberal Party in Sault Ste. Marie has fallen into such a state of disarray that it couldn’t...

Millroy: Convoy Donation Leads To $450,000 Lawsuit

A former senior Ontario government official is suing her former employer for $450,000 because she says she was fired from her job as a...

Millroy: The Politics of Prince Township

I suppose it is legal for a councillor to vote to fire an employee and then within less than a month later signal an...

Millroy: Is Something Amiss In Prince Township?

The residents of Prince Township are obviously going to remain in the dark about the firing of the township’s chief administrative officer, Mary-Lynn Duguay,...

Millroy: I See a Return To Restrictions

Philadelphia this week became the first major U.S. city to reinstate its indoor mask mandate and is now being sued by a group of...

Millroy: Like I Had Been Kicked in the Gut

Curling teams on the major circuit are changing personnel like changing socks these days, yet when I read a couple of weeks back that...

Millroy: Standing Idly By

As bullets and bombs are the order of the day in Ukraine in this turbulent time, I don’t think any of us will be...

Millroy: What Is a “lawful stop?”

If you want to get local lawyer Don Orazietti’s back up, all you have to do is float something that he sees as unconstitutional. The...

Millroy; I fully support the removal of the Russian flag

Nadine Robinson, writing in The Sault Star, offered an interesting take on Mayor Christian Provenzano’s decision to remove the Russian flag from among those...

Millroy: Why This Battle is Still Being Fought

As a taxpayer, I personally don’t care how much money the City of Sault Ste. Marie has to spend to win its fight with...


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