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Letters to the Editor


LETTER: Our car culture is slowly killing us

LETTER: Our car culture is slowly killing us

Letter writer says the excessive use of cars causes adverse effects of climate change, leading to heat dome and other extreme weather events
LETTER: Stop signs aren't a suggestion

LETTER: Stop signs aren't a suggestion

Reader Lynn Mayhew, whose husband was recently hit by a vehicle while out for a walk, has noticed a pattern when it comes to stop signs in some areas locally
<b>LETTER:</b> Guelph needs to accommodate more bike routes

LETTER: Guelph needs to accommodate more bike routes

The senior cyclist says there is no route for him to cycle from home to any store that doesn't put him at risk due to lack of cycling infrastructure
<b>LETTER:</b> Separating autos and bikes is the prime objective

LETTER: Separating autos and bikes is the prime objective

'Cyclists, e-bikes and such should be separated by establishing routes throughout the city that keep them from interacting with motorists that maybe not attentive to other users than themselves,' reader says
LETTER: City needs to make room for cyclists

LETTER: City needs to make room for cyclists

The only reason cyclists bike on the sidewalk, is for self protection, says 14-year-old cyclist
<b>LETTER:</b> Relay For Life returns in-person

LETTER: Relay For Life returns in-person

'The two in five Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime need your support now more than ever'
<b>Letter:</b> Bicycles need to stay off sidewalks

Letter: Bicycles need to stay off sidewalks

Ringers should be mandatory, reader says
<b>LETTER:</b> City council needs to accommodate more cars per household

LETTER: City council needs to accommodate more cars per household

While the volume on Guelph streets grows, the city council needs to accommodate at least two cars per household instead of 1.5, letter writer says
<b>LETTER:</b> Proper health care isn't free

LETTER: Proper health care isn't free

Even though we all have access to the same free healthcare, we don't all have access to proper healthcare
<b>LETTER:</b> Reformatory could be a great tourist destination

LETTER: Reformatory could be a great tourist destination

GuelphToday received the following Letter to the Editor from Yorklands Green Hub Chair Norah Chaloner in regards to tourism: Yorklands Green Hub is a citzens’ non-profit group working to secure part of the landmark, heritage Ontario Reformatory