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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
LETTER: Local musicians highlight the fact it IS a climate emergency

LETTER: Local musicians highlight the fact it IS a climate emergency

'These musicians not only speak for themselves; they speak as active members of a dynamic and increasingly concerned community'
LETTER: Restore Guelph's Community Support Services for seniors

LETTER: Restore Guelph's Community Support Services for seniors

A Guelphite writes about her concerns with the abandonment of social service programs for seniors
LETTER: Nestlé Waters Canada wants to keep lines of communication open

LETTER: Nestlé Waters Canada wants to keep lines of communication open

'The community information sessions are a single step in a broader effort to be more open and transparent with our neighbours'
LETTER: Save Guelph Community Support Services

LETTER: Save Guelph Community Support Services

In this letter, Leslie would like to express her concern about the recent cancellation of services for seniors
LETTER: Proposed changes to WSIB 'slap in the face' for injured workers

LETTER: Proposed changes to WSIB 'slap in the face' for injured workers

Changes would hurt taxpayers more and save businesses money, reader says