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Education Minister

The Education minister and his fellow MPPs would have greater working relations with the education sector by taking the lead and rolling back their 14% increase prior to the legislated 1% maximum.

LETTER: Guelph and Area Health Team concerns raised

Guelphite worries that patient and family advisors are being left out of health care structure reshaping
LETTER: Government has 'failed to protect the future of all life on earth'

LETTER: Government has 'failed to protect the future of all life on earth'

Concerned reader wants officials to take action and support a Green New Deal
LETTER: How to increase riders on transit

LETTER: How to increase riders on transit

Resident who lives at the corner of Renfield and Dumbarton Streets says it takes half a day to attend a medical appointment if he uses the bus
LETTER: Neighbour of park justified in protesting to dog owners

LETTER: Neighbour of park justified in protesting to dog owners

Reader suggests Peter Misersky park is not the best place for a fenced dog park
LETTER: Dog owners should be included in dog park 'special' meeting

LETTER: Dog owners should be included in dog park 'special' meeting

Reader has concerns about an individual 'policing' the Peter Mizersky fenced in leash-free dog park
LETTER: Vaccines are safe and effective

LETTER: Vaccines are safe and effective

Get your information from credible sources, says reader
LETTER: Short-term gains at expense of library will produce long-term pain

LETTER: Short-term gains at expense of library will produce long-term pain

Library is desperately needed as an economic anchor on the north end of our downtown, says reader
LETTER: What to do with a heritage property on prime land that is falling apart?

LETTER: What to do with a heritage property on prime land that is falling apart?

Guelphite, Wayne Scobie, questions decisions made about the drill hall
<b>LETTER:</b> Is the playing field level?

LETTER: Is the playing field level?

Guelph resident Neal Hammond asks if there is fair competition between taxis and ride sharing services