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Letters to the Editor


<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Celebrating the holiday season

Letter to the editor: Celebrating the holiday season

Merry Christmas!
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Continued support

Letter to the editor: Continued support

Thunder Pride Association welcomes the mandate letters for Canada's Minister of Health, Patty Hajdu.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Supportive community

Letter to the editor: Supportive community

Last year I have arrived in this beautiful country and had the chance to meet so many beautiful kind-hearted souls.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Save Dease Pool

Letter to the editor: Save Dease Pool

The Regional Multicultural Youth Council in a letter to city hall has stated they support a refurbished or rebuilt Dease Pool.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Violence and addiction

Letter to the editor: Violence and addiction

Violence and addiction, twin demons that lurk unrestrained in the streets of Thunder Bay, crush this community and leave our national reputation in tatters.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> First Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony - Thank you

Letter to the editor: First Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony - Thank you

We wish to take this opportunity to thank the families and public who came to pay their respects to the thousands of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Investing in children and youth - support for Dease Pool

Letter to the editor: Investing in children and youth - support for Dease Pool

We writing this letter to kindly ask City Council to invest the financial resources needed to refurbish or rebuild Dease Pool.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Reality of Climate Change

Letter to the editor: Reality of Climate Change

Over the past months, as I spoke with the diverse people our region, it became clear that many of us are struggling to come to terms with the effects of climate change.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Keep Dease Pool open for our children

Letter to the editor: Keep Dease Pool open for our children

Let me begin by pointing out that the most important people that are affected by the closure of our pool are the ones being blatantly ignored. Our children.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Working together for a better Thunder Bay

Letter to the editor: Working together for a better Thunder Bay

While the election results did not go as we hoped, I am pleased with all that we have accomplished and want to thank all my campaign team and volunteers (and their families).