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Letters to the Editor


Letter to the editor: How do you want to be governed at the municipal level?

Letter to the editor: How do you want to be governed at the municipal level?

We currently have ward representatives and at-large representatives. Every community in Ontario is different. Perhaps we should look at a different model too.
Letter: NWMO funds intended to create 'a dependency and sense of obligation' in Ignace

Letter: NWMO funds intended to create 'a dependency and sense of obligation' in Ignace

These lavish contributions were not provided simply to compensate the township for consulting expenses related to the NWMO’s proposed project - a deep geological repository for highly radioactive nuclear fuel waste, 45 km west of town.
LETTER: The council composition survey ignores how council is elected

LETTER: The council composition survey ignores how council is elected

When asked about how we interact or communicate with city council, we should also be asked about how well members of city council respond to our communication.
LETTER: Trucking companies should not be allowed to train their own employees

LETTER: Trucking companies should not be allowed to train their own employees

Transport drivers are not always to blame for collisions, trucking companies may also be at fault.
LETTER: Nuclear waste site a potential danger to all who live here

LETTER: Nuclear waste site a potential danger to all who live here

Residents of affected communities should have a say on a potential nuclear waste storage site in Northwestern Ontario.
Letter to the Editor: Need for transparency on indoor turf

Letter to the Editor: Need for transparency on indoor turf

In a letter, turf user groups say it's time to take the proposed indoor turf facility project out of the hands of consultants and into those of local developers.
Letter to the Editor: Turf project on worrying path, says Bentz

Letter to the Editor: Turf project on worrying path, says Bentz

City councillor Mark Bentz says council could once again see costs for a proposed indoor turf facility approach $50 million.
Letter to the Editor: Copperfin, Northern credit union merger should be opposed

Letter to the Editor: Copperfin, Northern credit union merger should be opposed

Letter writer Andrew Ault says a merged Copperfin Credit Union would have less focus on the needs of small businesses in the region.
Letter to the Editor: Time for fiscal responsibility in Oliver Paipoonge budget

Letter to the Editor: Time for fiscal responsibility in Oliver Paipoonge budget

Letter to the Editor: City could up its game on housing

Letter to the Editor: City could up its game on housing

The City of Thunder Bay could take a bold step toward its housing goals by buying up land in its downtown cores for development, Shane Judge writes.
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