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LETTER: The role of physical activity in helping reduce the risk of cancer

LETTER: The role of physical activity in helping reduce the risk of cancer

A letter from Elizabeth Holmes of the Canadian Cancer Society notes the role of living a healthy lifestyle in preventing cancer
LETTER: Possible impacts of proposed Lafarge Quarry extension

LETTER: Possible impacts of proposed Lafarge Quarry extension

Member of Wellington Water Watchers speaks out about a proposed quarry extension for Guelph Eramosa and Puslinch Townships
LETTER: Library issue highlights that public input is meaningless in Guelph

LETTER: Library issue highlights that public input is meaningless in Guelph

Local community activist Susan Watson is not pleased with city staff's recommendation that council consider a smaller new library
<b>LETTER:</b> Schreiner 'deeply disappointed' by legal services cuts

LETTER: Schreiner 'deeply disappointed' by legal services cuts

GuelphToday has received the following letter from MPP Mike Schreiner. He sent the letter to Attorney General Doug Downey regarding cuts to family law services at Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis and CLIC/FLIC: ************************** Dear Hon.
Guelphite embraces opportunity to get involved in a city council review

Guelphite embraces opportunity to get involved in a city council review

The City of Guelph will soon be embarking on the first comprehensive review of city council in decades
LETTER: Time to be heard on defending our green space

LETTER: Time to be heard on defending our green space

Public consultations begin this week on the updated Parks and Recreation Master Plan and letter writer Susan Watson urges the public to get involved
LETTER: Where was everyone?

LETTER: Where was everyone?

Couple visiting from Vancouver want to know why high school students are not more involved in the fight against climate change
LETTER: Reader comments on 'Local musicians highlight the fact it IS a climate emergency'

LETTER: Reader comments on 'Local musicians highlight the fact it IS a climate emergency'

Reader takes issue with comparison of action needed to combat climate change to efforts by allies to win WWII
LETTER: Storm mom thanks community for support

LETTER: Storm mom thanks community for support

Elaine Lalonde sends a special shout-out to Guelph Storm staff, volunteers, Storm Tracker friends and billets
LETTER: Let's make sound, science-based decisions when it comes to discussing climate emergency declarations

LETTER: Let's make sound, science-based decisions when it comes to discussing climate emergency declarations

'Hold the line. Listen to the experts and make sound evidence based decisions that protect the interests of Guelph residents' says letter writer on possible climate emergency declaration by the city