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Letters to the Editor

Read letters to the editor submitted by GuelphToday readers. 

Send in letters with your views, issues, concerns or personal perspectives below. 

We may edit letters for brevity - they generally will run 150 words or less.  We generally do not publish more than one letter from a single person within any 60-day period.

Letters become the property of GuelphToday and may be republished in any format.  

All letters to the editor must have the author's name, address and a contact phone number in order to be considered for publication. You will be contacted if your letter is a candidate for publication.

Name and street address will be published with the letter.

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<b>Letter:</b> Thank you lovely tea lady!

Letter: Thank you lovely tea lady!

I was a little disoriented due to the frightening experience of a close encounter with a blue Toyota SUV
It's About Time the Guelph Market cracked down on resellers

It's About Time the Guelph Market cracked down on resellers

In response to the letter about the market and Kenny's produce
<b>Letter:</b> Our valuable drinking water

Letter: Our valuable drinking water

'I’ll continue to try to conserve as much of what we have naturally as possible'
<b>Letter:</b> Farmers call out Bernier's politics

Letter: Farmers call out Bernier's politics

Canadian farmers have had their fill of Max Bernier’s alternative facts
"Debate" on proportional representation

"Debate" on proportional representation

GuelphToday has received the following letter to the editor from two Guelph residents whose thoughts were provoked by a recent presentation about proportional representation
<b>Letter:</b> In response to a Cowspiracy theory

Letter: In response to a Cowspiracy theory

'Farmers are hardworking and passionate'
Open letter to the Honourable Glen R. Murray

Open letter to the Honourable Glen R. Murray

The following is an open letter from University of Guelph Environmental Governance Student Alanda Tideman to Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Glen R. Murray on the environmental benefits and need for a plant based diet
Fooled by False Promises: Liberals up to their old tricks

Fooled by False Promises: Liberals up to their old tricks

Shayne D. Ward, a local youth, political activist and key organizer of the local rally in support of the National Day of Action for Electoral Reform responds to Prime Minister Trudeau regarding electoral reform
<b>Letter:</b> January is Crime Stoppers month in Guelph region

Letter: January is Crime Stoppers month in Guelph region

Crime Stoppers writes a letter regarding awareness initiatives
<b>Letter:</b> 2017

Letter: 2017

GuelphToday has received the following letter to the editor from a First Nation person with some thoughts on the coming year