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Letters to the Editor

All about location

To the editor: There is no question the world wide usage of all forms of energy is of paramount concern and the development of alternative sources of energy production must be a priority for the future.

Zoning overhaul

To the editor: Just over 23 years ago, the City of Thunder Bay’s first zoning bylaw came into effect as a unified and coordinated land use planning tool for the entire city.

Gun registry should go

Bruce Hyer and John Rafferty must stick to their guns – literally.

Letter: Bylaw changes favour construction, real-estate companies

To the editor: So once again the council will show that it is in service to local real estate developers and the construction industry by removing any input from people in the neighbourhood and allowing unrestricted development.

Working-class hero

The traveling public was mildly amused this week when disgruntled flight attendant Steven Slater struck a blow for abused, overworked and underappreciated workers everywhere.

Letter: City overspending

To the editor: I was glad to see John Brewer's “Feeling ignored” and Andy Wolff's “It’s as bad as it seems” letters to the editor in last week’s edition of Thunder Bay Source.

Letter: Conservative blunder

To the editor: One more Conservative decision and one more reason why our next federal election will be an important one. This month, another important part of our Canada and Northern Ontario was almost lost.

Letter: Metre maid

To the editor: In his letter to Thunder Bay Source on Aug.13, Steve Safronuk calls attention to the term “cubic metre” on his water bill. He goes on to say that a metre is used for distance and a litre is used for volume.

Letter: Number crunching

To the editor: In an article published in Thunder Bay Source Aug. 13, 2010 (Candidates not numerous), city clerk John Hannam says acclamations are rare in Thunder Bay, and that it’s unusual in Ontario for a city of this size to have any acclamations.

Editorial: Act goes too far

The provincial Liberals, it seems, are about the only people in Ontario in favour of Bill 191, the proposed Far North Act.
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