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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Strengthen health access

To the editor: For years now, one of the major concerns of our citizens has been the shortage of doctors and nurses in Northwestern Ontario. Too many families do not have a family doctor or they have to drive for hours to access health services.

Editorial: Fight video shows mob mentality

Thankfully a fight caught on tape at a local theatre Sunday night between a 15-year-old girl and an 11-year-old girl amounted to little more than a few bruises and a black eye.

Dads at Christmas

It’s tough being a dad at Christmas. Dads are expected to behave like Bing Crosby or the guy from The Night Before Christmas but most of the time they end up looking like a cross between Clark Griswald and Bad Santa.

Letter: Behaviour excessive

To the editor: I would like to submit the following comments regarding the article by Bruce Hyer in the Dec. 17 issue of the Source.

Letter: Power play

To the editor: In the reader’s letter (Hydro Woes, Dec. 10, 2010), his second last paragraph states that his hydro rate increases are taken directly from Thunder Bay Hydro releases.

Letter: Reform the process

To the editor: After applying for our city’s committees/boards, I find the entire application and selection process needs to be reformed.

Editorial: What will 2011 hold?

It’s hard to believe another year has flown by. It seems like yesterday we were ready to roll foward into a new decade and the promises it held for Thunder?Bay. Can 2011 top its predecessor for excitement? It’s hard to say.

Pullia: City welcomes ex-pat professionals with open arms

Over the holiday season, many people come back to the Thunder Bay region to visit with family and friends. However, over the past several years, a growing number of professionals are also returning to our city to make their homes here.

Favorite cliches

Many people in Thunder Bay and many more across the country are on a life-long quest to recapture something special that was left behind years ago.

Editorial: higher fees could work

The city’s plan to spay and neuter all pets it adopts out is a good one. Although the program – which still must be approved in next year’s budget process – will double adoption fees, there is plenty of value in the extra costs.
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