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LETTER: Trudeau's carbon pricing needs to be fair

LETTER: Trudeau's carbon pricing needs to be fair

The prime minister's carbon plan protects global corporate interests and ignores the impact of carbon pricing on small businesses
<b>LETTER:</b> Wellness equals community

LETTER: Wellness equals community

It may surprise some exactly what 'community' looks 2018 in as it relates to wellness success
LETTER: It's just too loud

LETTER: It's just too loud

Festival is fine, just needs the music turned down, says concerned Guelph resident
LETTER: Longfield shows 'true partisan stripes', reader says

LETTER: Longfield shows 'true partisan stripes', reader says

'Tactics only serve to reveal how genuinely concerned Liberals are about holding onto Guelph,' Mississauga resident claims
LETTER: Lloyd Longfield on protecting democracy in Canada

LETTER: Lloyd Longfield on protecting democracy in Canada

If enacted, says Longfield, Bill C-76 would give Elections Canada more power to compel witnesses, make it easier for Canadians to vote and better protect our elections from foreign meddling
LETTER: An open letter to the Pittsburgh Synagoge shooter

LETTER: An open letter to the Pittsburgh Synagoge shooter

An Open Letter Robert Bowers: As a child, I did not make a choice to be Jewish, I was a mere product of my family. Today however, as I do every day, I make the decision, committing myself to my religion and my beliefs in spite of my persecutors.
Re: Overdose prevention site the difference between life and death

Re: Overdose prevention site the difference between life and death

A family therapist in Guelph weighs in on the city's approach and candidates' stance on the issue of drug addiction and teens
LETTER: 'Our city must recover lost ground'

LETTER: 'Our city must recover lost ground'

Outgoing councillor speaks his mind on state of city council
LETTER: Open letter to Lloyd Longfield and Justin Trudeau on the Kinder Morgan buyout

LETTER: Open letter to Lloyd Longfield and Justin Trudeau on the Kinder Morgan buyout

On July 22, more than forty people met in Guelph to oppose your government’s 4.5 billion dollar buyout of the 60 year old Kinder Morgan pipeline
<b>LETTER:</b> Welcoming Xinyi Glass Canada

LETTER: Welcoming Xinyi Glass Canada

Xinyi Canada Glass is excited for the opportunity to bring a new manufacturing industry to Canada