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Letter to the Editor: Let's fill up the stands for the North Stars

Letter to the Editor: Let's fill up the stands for the North Stars

North Stars start their playoff run next weekend against English River.
Letter to the Editor: $2.5-million to repair a stone wall?

Letter to the Editor: $2.5-million to repair a stone wall?

The stone wall in question, is suffering from a lack of regular maintenance, as is much of Thunder Bay's infrastructure, roads, sidewalks, boulevards and the like.
Letter to the Editor: Artificial turf

Letter to the Editor: Artificial turf

Letter to the Editor Concerning your article from the March 16 edition of Thunder Bay Source, (Grass fields to be turfed).
Letter to the Editor: Event Centre isn't affordable at this time

Letter to the Editor: Event Centre isn't affordable at this time

Letter to the Editor The city has wasted over $5 million dollars on consultants and design work on a proposed event centre while the city literally goes to pot.
Letter to the Editor: Open letter to city council

Letter to the Editor: Open letter to city council

Letter to the Editor I am puzzled as to why after the public consultation on paid parking in Marina Park, Wednesday, March 1.
Letter to the Editor: School closures have devastating impacts on communities

Letter to the Editor: School closures have devastating impacts on communities

School closures have devastating impacts on communities.
Letter to the Editor: Paid parking will promote parking turnover

Letter to the Editor: Paid parking will promote parking turnover

At a recent Public Open House, citizens were presented with a proposed strategy to manage parking at the waterfront. We learned there is presently not a problem with parking at Marina Park.
LETTER: Job moves benefit Southern Ontario

LETTER: Job moves benefit Southern Ontario

Northern Ontario Party Leader Trevor Holliday says Ontario Power Generation jobs moving from North Bay to Cornwall is evidence "we are not one Ontario."
LETTER: 25 per cent off of what?

LETTER: 25 per cent off of what?

The recent announcement by the Provincial government that they will cut our hydro costs by 25%, the largest cut in Canadian history deserves some critical assessment.
LETTER: Lakehead showcasing exceptional research and innovation

LETTER: Lakehead showcasing exceptional research and innovation

From a NASA director to a discussion on mercury in our water will be topics of free public discussions during LU's R&I week.