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Letters to the Editor


Blame toddlers

This message is for the three-year-olds living in Thunder Bay and the surrounding region. Toddlers have been getting some bad press lately and it looks to me like somebody is hitting below the belt (or pampers) on this one.

No more local connection

To the editor: I was shocked and disappointed the other day when I called into my TBayTel home security centre. I had accidently tripped my own security system and I quickly called in the false alarm.

Best use?

To the editor: Highest and best use...The city used this real-estate phrase over and over again to justify the redevelopment of Marina Park, which included the selling of the very best part of our publicly owned park land.

Editorial - Tenure plan has promise

The Ontario Forest Industry Association on Tuesday came out against the framework revealed last week by the province outlining its plan to reform forest tenure. The Toronto-based organization couldn’t be more off base.

Why wait to spend?

I feel great. I am part of a large group that recently won the lottery. Well, maybe we didn’t exactly win the lottery but we were presented with $15 million to be divided among us. All we have to do now is decide what to do with the cash.

Freedom in truth

To the editor: I have some reflections on the crisis in the Roman Catholic Church related to sexual abuse. The church is both a religious and political organization.

Flawed designs

To the editor: Have you ever noticed how relaxing driving through the prairies can be? Have you ever noticed how relaxing sitting on your deck looking out over the lake at your cottage can be? These are just two examples of how strong horizontal line

Plans are a safety risk

To the editor: Further to numerous recent letters to the editor, the writers and the public in general may not be aware that in the early 1990s (excluding the Copenhagen/Hodder intersection) the provincial government saw the necessary need, conducted

EDITORIAL - Vote should go online

We can now shop, bank and even pay our federal taxes online. Eventually we will be able to vote online. City council, however, in an odd 8-5 decision Monday decided voting online, by phone or mail would have to wait at least another couple of years.

Local service not great

To the editor: I had the pleasure of listening to Harold Wilson, president of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce last Monday morning trying to convince Thunder Bay residents to stay home and enjoy the many benefits of shopping locally rather than sp
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