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LETTER: Conservative hopeful's persistence inspiring says Quebec man

LETTER: Conservative hopeful's persistence inspiring says Quebec man

Thurso, Quebec man praises example of Derek Matisz for overcoming adversity
LETTER: Make 12 and under free for Guelph Transit

LETTER: Make 12 and under free for Guelph Transit

Myra's idea could also see ridership of Guelph Transit increase, more cars off the roads and more active families, she says
LETTER: SNC-Lavalin affair has turned tragically ridiculous

LETTER: SNC-Lavalin affair has turned tragically ridiculous

Letter writer frames SNC-Lavalin scandal as a “He said-She said” reactive dysfunctional political family squabble
LETTER: Save independent facilitation

LETTER: Save independent facilitation

'I am writing to increase awareness of the benefits of Independent Facilitation, and about the planned cancellation by the PC Ontario government'
LETTER: Who will stand up for Guelph?

LETTER: Who will stand up for Guelph?

If our link to Parliament doesn’t have the confidence in his voice to take on the leader of his party who will stand up for Guelph?
<b>Letter:</b> Autism an emotional issue

Letter: Autism an emotional issue

The Ontario Association for Behavioural Analysis is calling on the government to reconsider its approach
<b>LETTER:</b> Challenging city council to ride the buses before making transit decisions

LETTER: Challenging city council to ride the buses before making transit decisions

GuephToday received the following letter from Sian Matwey challenging city council to ride the buses next week
<b>LETTER:</b>  The tax cost of growth <b>(updated)</b>

LETTER: The tax cost of growth (updated)

When you hear the old slogan, “Growth will pay for growth,” don’t believe it
LETTER: Parkland Dedication Bylaw must allow City to meet needs of residents

LETTER: Parkland Dedication Bylaw must allow City to meet needs of residents

Exposure to natural spaces is necessary for human health, says reader
LETTER: Alternative meat may not be considered alternative at all

LETTER: Alternative meat may not be considered alternative at all

'The fact that they require far fewer resources to produce than raising and slaughtering animals is another big reason there's so much demand'