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Letters to the Editor


<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Paramedics need more mental health support

Letter to the Editor: Paramedics need more mental health support

Former paramedic sees urgent need for leaders to take mental health concerns as seriously as physical hazards of the job.
<b>Op-Ed:</b> Ford and boards cut education workers, destabilizing schools

Op-Ed: Ford and boards cut education workers, destabilizing schools

Op-Ed: A local high school custodian says cuts to education workers have gone too far, with union in collective bargaining.
Letter to the editor: Soccer community left out in the cold

Letter to the editor: Soccer community left out in the cold

Thunder Bay’s 8,000 soccer players should have been looking forward to playing in an indoor turf facility at Fort William Stadium this winter built and operated by a private company.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> $60M police HQ should be sent back to drawing board

Letter to the editor: $60M police HQ should be sent back to drawing board

There are cheaper and better options.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Children don't have a vote, but they can have a voice

Letter to the editor: Children don't have a vote, but they can have a voice

Multicultural Youth Council come up with a list of priorities for the province to invest in to stop negative cycles.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Serious issues plaguing commercial transportation industry

Letter to the editor: Serious issues plaguing commercial transportation industry

Truckers for Safer Highways have been providing solutions, identifying what factors are leading collisions and dangerous situations.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Potholes causing problems for drivers

Letter to the editor: Potholes causing problems for drivers

Road conditions are causing frustration for local drivers, who are forced to slow down or swerve to avoid potholes.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> NCC land purchase and land withdrawals for NWMO

Letter to the editor: NCC land purchase and land withdrawals for NWMO

Nature Conservancy of Canada announced 1450 square kilometres of Boreal forest in Northern Ontario, near Hearst, is to be protected.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Paramedics cries for help fell on deaf ears

Letter to the editor: Paramedics cries for help fell on deaf ears

A lack of support and education in the workplace raising concerns for a former Thunder Bay paramedic who went off sick with PTSD.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Working to improve trucking industry

Letter to the editor: Working to improve trucking industry

Truckers for Safer Highways is aiming to improve the trucking industry.
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