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<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Rent free for Border Cats baseball team

Letter to the Editor: Rent free for Border Cats baseball team

The city of Thunder Bay won’t be charging the Border Cats baseball team rent this year.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b>  Injured and disabled workers snubbed by Premier

Letter to the Editor: Injured and disabled workers snubbed by Premier

Injured and disabled workers snubbed by Premier
Letter to the Editor: Gravelle responds to PC leader's claims

Letter to the Editor: Gravelle responds to PC leader's claims

Minister of Northern Development and Mines defends Liberal record, Ring of Fire progress.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Using people-centred technology to create a better future

Letter to the Editor: Using people-centred technology to create a better future

As the Children and Youth Advocate for the City of Thunder Bay for the last three years, I have been quite involved and collaborated with many community organizations whose aim is to create a better future.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Above the rate of inflation

Letter to the Editor: Above the rate of inflation

Why are Thunder Bay councillors patting themselves on the back for passing yet another budget with spending above the rate of inflation while drawing down on dangerously low reserve funds?
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> In response to “Levy hike rings false”

Letter to the Editor: In response to “Levy hike rings false”

Thank you for providing an opportunity to respond to your editorial of Feb. 8, 2018.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Thunder Bay taxpayers pay the price

Letter to the Editor: Thunder Bay taxpayers pay the price

It’s befuddling. Thunder Bay taxpayers contributed $106,000 to a study that’s turned out to be fatally deficient. Now, taxpayers are ponying up another $25,000 to fix it. The study was done by Stantec for Soccer Northwest.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Stormwater fee

Letter to the Editor: Stormwater fee

The city would like to create another rate supported entity.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Rainfall tax

Letter to the Editor: Rainfall tax

Thunder Bay’s new rainfall tax isn’t even law yet and already city homeowners are getting hosed.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> A perspective on city finances and the 2018 budget

Letter to the Editor: A perspective on city finances and the 2018 budget

On Wednesday January 3, the 2018 budget process was launched and should be concluded by January 31, with ratification by Council on Monday February 5, 2018, almost a full month ahead of last year.