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Letters to the Editor


Cyclotron not a priority

To the editor: The current plans for a cyclotron at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre reminds me of the same faulty logic used to build a design-as-you-go hospital that lacks sufficient beds, is poorly designed, and operated with insufficie

Rally sends message

To the editor: As an invited speaker to a Pro-Democracy rally in Thunder Bay last weekend I was impressed by the all-party non-partisan messaging to the Prime Minister.

A look to the future

To the editor: Just imagine a quaint, friendly area of interesting shops and restaurants in the newly restored Victoria Village located in the heart of the historic south end of Thunder Bay.

Travel grant woes

To the editor: I am writing this letter in hopes of saving other Ontarians from the disappointment and anger I have been subjected to. In September 2009, a close friend became the victim of a significant medical emergency.

Crime not police's fault

Let the electioneering begin. On Monday night, former Coun. Bill Scollie appeared before council for a deputation on crime rates in the city.

Perils of proroguing

To the editor: There is, for good reason, a lot of enthusiasm across the country as the groundswell against Stephen Harper’s cynical shuttering of parliament continues to grow.

Plan isn’t very green

To the editor: Our current water rates have contributed to a decline in consumption of 23 per cent. That’s the good news.

Holodomor horror

Most of us are aware of various atrocities in the history of mankind. Our ability to inflict incredible horror on each other is as old as man himself.

Keep the course

Once again the city’s golf courses are coming under fire. Councillors, arguing against a tax-supported model, brought up the notion of selling one course – Municipal – to save the others.

Great show in Kakabeka

To the editor: Boy, did a lot of folks ever miss a great show. The Kakabeka Legion held an evening of great food and wonderful entertainment on Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21.