Sunday, July 14, 2024
Editorials

A fine line between skepticism and cynicism

There tends to be two prevailing opinions when it comes to the future of the Pontiac, one that’s jaded and one that’s rose-coloured.
The jaded folks look at the industries that have left the region and throw up their hands, saying that the Pontiac will never be the same.
The rose-coloured contingent tend to look at just about any idea with the hope that it will be the magic bullet that saves the Pontiac.
The healthiest place to be, it would seem, is somewhere in the middle.
There are a number of projects in the Pontiac that give reason to be optimistic.

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