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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. 

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<b>Letter:</b> Traffic behaviour is getting worse each year

Letter: Traffic behaviour is getting worse each year

'The traffic department of the police force is chronically underfunded in this city for the growth it is experiencing'
<b>Letter:</b> Secretariat for mental health and addictions needed

Letter: Secretariat for mental health and addictions needed

'Governmental meetings on mental health are not enough'
<b>Letter:</b> We must increase youth voter turnout

Letter: We must increase youth voter turnout

'We live in a democracy and to see so many of our youth not interested in the political process is deeply concerning'
<b>Letter:</b> Kudos to those who shovel snow

Letter: Kudos to those who shovel snow

A senior resident would like to thank and commend those who manage to keep the sidewalks cleared in front of their property
<b>Letter:</b> Keeping promises matters - and so do zombies

Letter: Keeping promises matters - and so do zombies

This Saturday at noon, FairVote Guelph will be staging a play titled, 'Voting Dysfunction Creates UnDemocratic, UnRepresented Zombies' at Mr. Longfield's constituency office
Election signs: can we make some rules?

Election signs: can we make some rules?

GuelphToday has received the following letter to the editor from a Guelph resident, Laurie Vos, who is concerned about a safety issue in the upcoming election
Minga Hog Butchering Workshop article

Minga Hog Butchering Workshop article

'Anyone looking for more information or support is welcome to join our local Guelph Vegan Society group on Facebook'
Vegans, butchering and environment

Vegans, butchering and environment

'Let's be the change in 2018. Choose non-violence for animals, the children inheriting our planet, and Mother Earth,' says reader
Bus schedules: Remember the working man!

Bus schedules: Remember the working man!

I may be misinformed, yet, to my understanding; workers in Guelph number to 22,000 each day. I am lucky that I catch the #9 Waterloo to work
Hydro merger will be this council's legacy

Hydro merger will be this council's legacy

The vote to merge Guelph Hydro and Alectra is going to be a vote that people remember.