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LETTER: How quickly can Doug Ford make a deal with Thunder Bay to turn over the LPH property?

LETTER: How quickly can Doug Ford make a deal with Thunder Bay to turn over the LPH property?

To quote the Premier’s own legislation, it’s time to “Get It Done”.
LETTER: Finally a new commercial vehicle inspection station near Shuniah

LETTER: Finally a new commercial vehicle inspection station near Shuniah

As a safety professional, I am utterly pleased as well because this is a start - yes , a start.
LETTER: The truth about high rise apartments in Thunder Bay

LETTER: The truth about high rise apartments in Thunder Bay

Why are seniors trying to fight off drug dealers from Toronto on a weekly basis just to get into their homes?
LETTER: Has anyone clearly defined when they will stop being concerned about nuclear waste?

LETTER: Has anyone clearly defined when they will stop being concerned about nuclear waste?

I'm honestly wondering if the anti-nuclear groups have a clearly defined stopping point. When is it time to call it a day?
LETTER: Councillor Agarwal's conduct to be discussed by council

LETTER: Councillor Agarwal's conduct to be discussed by council

I don't believe that taxpayers should be picking up the tab for this investigation.
LETTER: Planning crisis in Oliver Paipoonge

LETTER: Planning crisis in Oliver Paipoonge

Is there an answer? Certainly. Admit we do not have that ability in our planning; hire professionals to evaluate the entire affected area and show all water and environmental constraints that need to be applied.
LETTER: What actions are being taken to make our highways safe?

LETTER: What actions are being taken to make our highways safe?

Highway safety should be "everyone's concern."
LETTER: TBPL sees 70 per cent increase in visits

LETTER: TBPL sees 70 per cent increase in visits

The numbers are in and to our delight Thunder Bay poured into the library in 2023.
LETTER: TBPL should be distancing itself from council reforms

LETTER: TBPL should be distancing itself from council reforms

TBPL used to be committed to the central principle of decolonization, which is to decentre settler colonial perspectives and re-centre Indigenous perspectives.
LETTER: Opinion on putting nuclear waste in Northwestern Ontario was "really disturbing"

LETTER: Opinion on putting nuclear waste in Northwestern Ontario was "really disturbing"

Bury it in his backyard -- that will make us in Northwestern Ontario feel much better.
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