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Letters to the Editor


Letter to the editor: Making a change

Letter to the editor: Making a change

In recent months I have watched as city stakeholders circle the wagon for damage control after the two reports identifying systemic racism within the police force revealed very real and dangerous living conditions for Indigenous people.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Reality and the meaning of our existence

Letter to the editor: Reality and the meaning of our existence

With so much going on in this technologically advanced world, it’s given me pause to reflect on reality and the meaning of our existence.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> A lesson from sports

Letter to the editor: A lesson from sports

Watching Canadians from all walks of life celebrate the Toronto Raptors victory reminded me of how Nelson Mandela used sport to heal a nation racially divided by apartheid.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Thank you, Thunder Bay!

Letter to the editor: Thank you, Thunder Bay!

Thank you, Thunder Bay!
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Northwest Film Fest success

Letter to the editor: Northwest Film Fest success

The North of Superior Film Association extends heartfelt thanks for the enthusiastic response shown for the 26th Northwest Film Fest.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Indoor turf facility

Letter to the editor: Indoor turf facility

To the editor: Why have Thunder Bay city councillors rejected a proposal to build an indoor turf facility at St. Ignatius High School? The offer could have saved taxpayers millions.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Re: Ford budget to have “fewer” public health laboratories in Ontario

Letter to the editor: Re: Ford budget to have “fewer” public health laboratories in Ontario

As our website states “Public Health Ontario keep Ontarians safe and healthy with our partners in government, public health and healthcare”.
Letter to the editor: Breaking the cycle of addiction - A youth perspective

Letter to the editor: Breaking the cycle of addiction - A youth perspective

To the editor: More than 9,000 people lost their lives in Canada between January 2016 and June 2018 due to opioids. Statistics from Public Health Ontario reveal that 629 people died of opioid overdoses in the first six months of last year.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Needless needles

Letter to the editor: Needless needles

I have been ashamed and mortified of our city and the infrastructure we have put in place to ensure that it remains a clean safe community.
<b>Letter to the editor: </b>Resolute at it again

Letter to the editor: Resolute at it again

‘Ruthless Resolute’ at it again! The Ontario government has given this Abitibi /Resolute power and trees for over a century to build company and communities.