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Ford not helping Scheer

December 4, 2018

Dear Editor, The premier of this province has lost his mind. He is proposing rolling back funding for the French language commissioner, the child advocate , and the [...]

Never seen a truer statement

December 4, 2018

Dear Editor, I wish to congratulate you on the editorial written in the paper on Nov. 28. In all the years I have been an avid reader of newsprint, also a follower of news on [...]

A simpler approach to recycling

November 27, 2018

Dear Editor, I get Jeff Goodall’s well-intentioned point in his letter to the editor, “Looking at the bigger picture” from Nov. 7; but, I believe that citizens have [...]

Thumbs down to Ontario’s Bill 47

November 27, 2018

Dear Editor, Bill 47 is anything but a balanced approach. I don’t know who the Chamber of Commerce is speaking on behalf of. I didn’t hear an uproar from small business [...]

A devastating loss for Oshawa

November 27, 2018

Dear Editor, This announcement rips me open from the heart and I literally broke down in tears. I delivered newspapers to Colonel R.S. McLaughlin, the founder of General [...]

Where is the fiscal common sense?

November 13, 2018

Dear Editor, Some days it almost seems like I am living in an old episode of the sci-fi  series “The Twilight Zone.” I say that because of many of the hard to [...]

City councillor, former mayor responds

November 13, 2018

I would not define dysfunctional leadership as an administration that gets things done, and makes reality out of election promises. Is reckless spending defined by building [...]

Looking at the bigger picture

November 6, 2018

Dear Editor, Re “Switching gears on waste bins” (News, Oct. 3): Replacing the existing waste bins at city recreation facilities sounds like a good idea. But, it [...]
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