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Letters to the Editor

Read letters to the editor submitted by GuelphToday readers. 

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<b>Letter:</b> In response to a Cowspiracy theory

Letter: In response to a Cowspiracy theory

'Farmers are hardworking and passionate'
Open letter to the Honourable Glen R. Murray

Open letter to the Honourable Glen R. Murray

The following is an open letter from University of Guelph Environmental Governance Student Alanda Tideman to Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Glen R. Murray on the environmental benefits and need for a plant based diet
Fooled by False Promises: Liberals up to their old tricks

Fooled by False Promises: Liberals up to their old tricks

Shayne D. Ward, a local youth, political activist and key organizer of the local rally in support of the National Day of Action for Electoral Reform responds to Prime Minister Trudeau regarding electoral reform
<b>Letter:</b> January is Crime Stoppers month in Guelph region

Letter: January is Crime Stoppers month in Guelph region

Crime Stoppers writes a letter regarding awareness initiatives
<b>Letter:</b> 2017

Letter: 2017

GuelphToday has received the following letter to the editor from a First Nation person with some thoughts on the coming year
Letter to the editor lauds Catholic diocese decision on bottled water

Letter to the editor lauds Catholic diocese decision on bottled water

GuelphToday has received the following letter to the editor on the Catholic diocese stance on bottled water from Sodastream Canada General Manager Rena Nickerson
<b>Letter:</b> Christmas spirit alive and well in Guelph

Letter: Christmas spirit alive and well in Guelph

A stranger needed help, but before Wayne could step in eight other Guelphites had it taken care of
<b>Letter:</b> Proposed changes threaten access to Natural Health Products

Letter: Proposed changes threaten access to Natural Health Products

Health Canada is proposing a massive overhaul of our current natural health product regulations that will exempt some natural health products from review
<b>Letter:</b> Observations from the nosebleeds

Letter: Observations from the nosebleeds

Mary tells us what should happen at 75 Dublin North
<b>Letter:</b> Small-town thinking in an up-and-coming city

Letter: Small-town thinking in an up-and-coming city

We all know that real estate is about location, location, location, but it appears that the City of Guelph and a local developer have somehow mislaid this wisdom.