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LETTER: Logistical nightmare looms along Gordon Street

LETTER: Logistical nightmare looms along Gordon Street

Letter writer wants people to know just how many new units are set to be built along Gordon Street
LETTER: In support of the Downtown Dining District

LETTER: In support of the Downtown Dining District

Our Energy Guelph wants to see the Downtown Dining District continue
LETTER: Hospitals over libraries

LETTER: Hospitals over libraries

In an open letter to council, Rick Ferraro says a new hospital should take priority over a new library
LETTER: Shame on decision to destroy mature trees

LETTER: Shame on decision to destroy mature trees

Shame, shame, shame on you for removing trees from Goldie Mill Park, writes reader
LETTER: Volunteer Centres - an untapped resource

LETTER: Volunteer Centres - an untapped resource

Kim Cusimano, PIN Network Guelph, says locally-based Volunteer Centres are up to the challenge of greater demand for services in the face of diminishing resources
LETTER: 'I am a teacher and September has me worried'

LETTER: 'I am a teacher and September has me worried'

Teachers Federation president expresses concern over COVID-19 uncertainty
LETTER: Let's get back to in-person council meetings

LETTER: Let's get back to in-person council meetings

Sian Matwey writes that socially distanced in-person council meetings should be taking place by now
LETTER: In support of the ward system and full-time councillors

LETTER: In support of the ward system and full-time councillors

Joanne Moores urges people to become engaged in the current city review of its council makeup
LETTER: Why COVID-19 Demonstrates Our Need for a Basic Income

LETTER: Why COVID-19 Demonstrates Our Need for a Basic Income

'What if we changed the paradigm and system to help those most in need beyond this global emergency?' writes Sam Dent
LETTER: Closure of Dublin Street for Metrolinx disturbing

LETTER: Closure of Dublin Street for Metrolinx disturbing

Senior urges project managers to consider safety of people living in community