By Grant Fleming Clinton, Ontario — A hockey club’s decision to allow a convicted rapist to play this season is raising concerns with some residents in this southwestern Ontario town. One prominent resident with ties to the team says the controversy “poses a great dilemma” for him and may cause him to drop his sponsorship.
By Grant Fleming Clinton, Ontario – The head of a senior men’s hockey club says he “doesn’t have a problem” with a convicted sex offender playing for his team. Steve Campbell, the president of the Clinton Radars, made his comments regarding his team’s decision to allow Mitchell Vandergunst to play for the Radars. In October
Column By Grant Fleming Ethan Rabidoux, the federal NDP candidate here in Stratford, Ontario, may have just supplanted the rape coverup by the local junior hockey team, the Stratford Cullitons, as this city’s Story of the Year (with apologies to Shakespeare and The Biebs). The rub: Rabidoux’s self-made mess has become a national story. But