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LETTER: We need a leader to say 'no' to oil and gas bailout, says reader

LETTER: We need a leader to say 'no' to oil and gas bailout, says reader

'We have not been consulted on the oil and gas bailout,' Jennison says
LETTER: There's work to be done downtown

LETTER: There's work to be done downtown

'Is this the Royal City that reflects the values of its' citizens?' Cizova asks
<b>LETTER:</b> Citizen says spread of misinformation is a public health crisis unto itself

LETTER: Citizen says spread of misinformation is a public health crisis unto itself

Leighton offers tips to sift through misinformation
LETTER: We deserve better when it comes to planning the future of Clair/Maltby

LETTER: We deserve better when it comes to planning the future of Clair/Maltby

'Citizens have a right to demand transparent decision-making, and outcomes which serve the public interest,' says letter writer Susan Watson
LETTER: Guelphite says removal of bus ads mute right to life voice

LETTER: Guelphite says removal of bus ads mute right to life voice

The response is in regard to an ad posted by Guelph and Area Right to Life on a city bus, reported in Guelph Today on Feb. 19, 2020
LETTER: Reader asks Minister Lecce to spend time in a classroom, see what it's like

LETTER: Reader asks Minister Lecce to spend time in a classroom, see what it's like

The Guelph teacher and parent is asking Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce to "stand up and fight with us"
LETTER: 37-year-coach takes aim at university over handling of Dave Scott-Thomas issues

LETTER: 37-year-coach takes aim at university over handling of Dave Scott-Thomas issues

Local veteran coach "appalled" at school's response to alleged assault
LETTER: Reader takes issue with electric bus issues

LETTER: Reader takes issue with electric bus issues

Guelphite has concerns with battery-operated bus costs as well as lack of long-term usage and environmental impact data
<b>LETTER:</b> New Guelphite says dog park noise is a non-issue in other municipalities

LETTER: New Guelphite says dog park noise is a non-issue in other municipalities

Murray Clarke says the issue goes beyond a 'not in my backyard' mentality
LETTER: Let's expand free transit to seniors first

LETTER: Let's expand free transit to seniors first

Sian Matwey would like to see the 'free transit for teens' idea expanded to include seniors