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Letters to the Editor


Bus schedules: Remember the working man!

Bus schedules: Remember the working man!

I may be misinformed, yet, to my understanding; workers in Guelph number to 22,000 each day. I am lucky that I catch the #9 Waterloo to work
Hydro merger will be this council's legacy

Hydro merger will be this council's legacy

The vote to merge Guelph Hydro and Alectra is going to be a vote that people remember.
<b>Letter:</b> Guelph Hydro board chair addresses proposed Alectra merger

Letter: Guelph Hydro board chair addresses proposed Alectra merger

'It’s not an easy conversation, but it is an important one to have,' says Jane Armstrong
<b>Letter:</b> Guelph Transit, reliably unreliable

Letter: Guelph Transit, reliably unreliable

'On any given day, you’re bound to hear the murmurs of complaining students standing at bus stops throughout the city. Maybe the bus came late this time, or in extreme cases, the bus does not show up at all'
<b>Letter:</b> A strike could have been avoided

Letter: A strike could have been avoided

'Instead of looking to see who gets more or less, let’s try to ensure that everyone gets enough.'
<b>Letter:</b> Downey Road speed cushions and road markings

Letter: Downey Road speed cushions and road markings

Ellen has concerns regarding traffic in the Kortright Hills area
<b>Letter:</b> 'What we once thought of as a ‘big city’ problem is now a concern throughout Canada'

Letter: 'What we once thought of as a ‘big city’ problem is now a concern throughout Canada'

Wellington Guelph Drug Strategy and United Way Wellington Dufferin say communities large and small are in the grip of opioid addiction crisis
<b>Letter:</b> 'Bus system changes will keep seniors prisoner in their homes'

Letter: 'Bus system changes will keep seniors prisoner in their homes'

Eleanor Ross is concerned about seniors' access to public transit this winter
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Naming schools after historic First Nations, Inuit and Métis leaders rather than John A. Macdonald

Letter to the editor: Naming schools after historic First Nations, Inuit and Métis leaders rather than John A. Macdonald

'John A. Macdonald deeply affected my Métis family. We were pushed out of Manitoba after the failure of the deal negotiated with John A by Louis Riel'
<b>Letter:</b> Thank you lovely tea lady!

Letter: Thank you lovely tea lady!

I was a little disoriented due to the frightening experience of a close encounter with a blue Toyota SUV