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Letters to the Editor


<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> The myth of vote splitting

Letter to the Editor: The myth of vote splitting

The myth of vote splitting
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b>  The magical doubling of 2017 surplus

Letter to the Editor: The magical doubling of 2017 surplus

The magical doubling of 2017 surplus.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b>  Unfair tax ratio-what we would like you to know

Letter to the Editor: Unfair tax ratio-what we would like you to know

What we would like you to know about the unfair tax ratio.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b>  Every Canadian's right

Letter to the Editor: Every Canadian's right

I think most would agree that it is every Canadian's right under our Constitution to speak out against, actively protest, and even push back on issues that are perceived to be ill-conceived ideas.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b>  Northwest Film Fest success

Letter to the Editor: Northwest Film Fest success

To the editor: Thanks, Thunder Bay for a great Film Fest! The North of Superior Film Association (NOSFA) offers a sincere and humble "Thank you!"
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Does the composition and structure of city council need to change?

Letter to the Editor: Does the composition and structure of city council need to change?

Does the composition and structure of city council need to change?
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> 20,800 km/day and right through town

Letter to the Editor: 20,800 km/day and right through town

That’s how many additional kilometres 1,300 cross country trucks will travel each day to transit Thunder Bay via the 16 kilometres longer Trans-Canada/Expressway versus Highway 102.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Sportsdome

Letter to the Editor: Sportsdome

About 10 years ago the Sportsdome Limited Partnership ownership group which consists of a number of local families and 10 or so local investors came together raising approximately $1.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Rent free for Border Cats baseball team

Letter to the Editor: Rent free for Border Cats baseball team

The city of Thunder Bay won’t be charging the Border Cats baseball team rent this year.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b>  Injured and disabled workers snubbed by Premier

Letter to the Editor: Injured and disabled workers snubbed by Premier

Injured and disabled workers snubbed by Premier