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Letters to the Editor


LETTER: Perfect time for council to show leadership in reducing emissions

LETTER: Perfect time for council to show leadership in reducing emissions

Local doctors, climate activists call for city to show leadership in the wake of the Dubai climate conference
LETTER: Norfolk Manor and its owners are a credit to the community

LETTER: Norfolk Manor and its owners are a credit to the community

Norfolk Manor employee says we should be applauding the owners of Norfolk Manor for their contribution to the city
LETTER: Rules on off-leash dogs on sports fields are simple

LETTER: Rules on off-leash dogs on sports fields are simple

Dog owners need to respect the space of other people and their dogs, reader says
LETTER: Sad to see art's light being darkened by vandalism

LETTER: Sad to see art's light being darkened by vandalism

Street art known as 'Be the Light' being stripped away nightly, reader laments
LETTER: Time to focus on housing people, not books

LETTER: Time to focus on housing people, not books

'The whole community would be proud with every visit,' writes Larry Vettor
LETTER: 'Homeless can be managed with proper planning,' says reader

LETTER: 'Homeless can be managed with proper planning,' says reader

'There is absolutely no effort being made to address any of it and it's frustrating to watch unfold'
LETTER: Supportive housing project hopes to welcome tenants in the new year

LETTER: Supportive housing project hopes to welcome tenants in the new year

The building at 10 Shelldale Crescent will provide 32 apartments for community members with the most complex housing and health care needs
LETTER: Ontario failing people with developmental disabilities

LETTER: Ontario failing people with developmental disabilities

'Community Living Guelph Wellington is forecasting a $3 million operating deficit this year, and has experienced deficits for the past five years'
LETTER: Real support critical for students

LETTER: Real support critical for students

The transition of College Heights is a major concern for at least one area teacher
LETTER: Encampments must not be allowed to destroy our downtown

LETTER: Encampments must not be allowed to destroy our downtown

'Of course they must have a place to go ... It just shouldn’t be downtown, the one and only concentrated social and retail area which also belongs to all the rest of us'