Opinion

Opinion: Cheeky anti-poodle act shows not all support dogs fit the mold

Recently, a local news item caught my attention. It was a CBC article by Rebecca Zandbergen, about a woman “and her miniature poodle”, who “were denied entry to [a] Holiday Inn. Ms. Zandbergen writes: “The 17-year-old mother of triplets was recently denied entry to a hotel in Woodstock, southwestern Ontario, when she arrived with her …

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Food Truck Operations Are Too Expensive for Small Business Owners | Opinion

Food trucks have become a huge part of culinary culture in the United States, as seen here with the Albrijes food truck. (Rosemary Montalvo/The Daily Titan) Rosemary Montalvo Food trucks have gained traction in recent years within the United States, helping serve small communities during the pandemic and allowing people to be chefs and business …

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COLUMN: Norman Shelter Animal Care ‘An Asset of Quality of Life’ | Opinion

All members of the Norman City Council are appointed to one or more committees – focusing on various topics of particular interest to city government. It was an honor to be the Board Coordinator with the Norman Animal Welfare Oversight Committee. I’ll admit I was aware of the shelter – having been licensed there for …

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