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Letters to the Editor


Letter to the editor: Damaging experience

Letter to the editor: Damaging experience

Young hockey player wondering why he was chosen for a competitive team, only to sit on the bench most of the time.
Letter to the editor: Reasons to foster

Letter to the editor: Reasons to foster

Open your heart to those who need it most.
Letter to the editor: Climate change

Letter to the editor: Climate change

It was interesting to read that our city council has just declared a climate emergency in order to fight climate change.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Fix Dease Pool

Letter to the editor: Fix Dease Pool

She confirmed the fact that there is nothing in the 2020 budget for the Dease Pool kids or Dease Park.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Come together this holiday season to make a difference for people impacted by cancer

Letter to the editor: Come together this holiday season to make a difference for people impacted by cancer

To the editor: Earlier this year, new data released by the Canadian Cancer Society showed that around 63 per cent of Canadians diagnosed with cancer will survive at least five years after their diagnosis compared to 55 per cent in the early 1990s.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Celebrating the holiday season

Letter to the editor: Celebrating the holiday season

Merry Christmas!
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Continued support

Letter to the editor: Continued support

Thunder Pride Association welcomes the mandate letters for Canada's Minister of Health, Patty Hajdu.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Supportive community

Letter to the editor: Supportive community

Last year I have arrived in this beautiful country and had the chance to meet so many beautiful kind-hearted souls.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Save Dease Pool

Letter to the editor: Save Dease Pool

The Regional Multicultural Youth Council in a letter to city hall has stated they support a refurbished or rebuilt Dease Pool.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Violence and addiction

Letter to the editor: Violence and addiction

Violence and addiction, twin demons that lurk unrestrained in the streets of Thunder Bay, crush this community and leave our national reputation in tatters.