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Sidewalk bylaw shouldn’t be mean-spirited
When a law is just plain wrong, what are the citizens who are faced with its consequences to do?
Help newcomers settle in without judgement
Help newcomers settle in and listen to their stories, instead of only caring about your wallet.
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Harming Canada’s reputation internationally
I was shocked to find out that in 2013, funding for the permanent elimination of extreme poverty rose 6.1 per cent world wide while Canada’s contribution dropped a humiliating 11.4 per cent.
Patients deserve better from government
Ontario’s doctors were extremely disappointed to read your incorrect comment as reported in the Sudbury Star recently, regarding our negotiations with your government. And we felt, to be fair to patients, we needed to reach out to correct the record.
Keep your job and don’t buy off the Internet
As a man in my 70s, I sometimes wonder where technology will eventually take us.
City should take cost into consideration
Taxes, taxes, taxes. Our councillors are working hard on tax rates to keep them low as possible.
Your eyes need proper care and attention
What most people don’t know is that up to 75 per cent of vision loss is preventable or treatable.
Citizens should have right to protect themselves
Sadly neither the police nor the media will post the truth that when citizens are given the right and responsibility to protect themselves and their property, violent crime rates diminish dramatically.
High-speed rail is a pie in the sky idea
James Bow is absolutely correct in this column. It makes no sense in this era of restrained budgets to discuss pie in the sky proposals, like high-speed rail, when we aren’t even sure if there is a market for it.
Third stream needed for trash collection
I didn’t think we lived in a communist country either, so when I put out twice as much garbage as you do, why should we both pay the same?
Running lights make our roads less safe
Several weeks ago at 11 p.m. on Highway 402 I was passed by an OPP cruiser with no tail lights on.
New Canadians should pay their own freight
As of 2015, the cost of becoming a Canadian citizen has gone up from $300 to $530.
Headline about gun amnesty is alarmist
How many crimes were committed with legally owned and registered firearms in Canada this year?
Time to go back to basic garbage collection
When I was looking through the [paper] (first week of December’s issues), I noticed an insert “Garbage collection changes.”
Christmas is a time to count the blessings we have
It’s the time of year we gather around and count the blessings we have found;
Up to us to make the effort to vote on election day
No. We are neglecting our duties and obligations as citizens
Looking for clarity and action from the premier
Even more indecisive political speak from Premier Kathleen Wynne; “I want us to take some steps to make it clear that this is something that needs to change,” she said of the so-called secret agreement (between the Beer Store and LCBO).
Consultation has to be provincewide in review of Ontario College of Trades
As the president of the Waterloo Region Home Builders’ Association (WRHBA), I hear daily from local small business owners involved in the construction and renovation industry, that they struggle to find and hire young people interested in pursuing the skilled trades as a career.
 
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