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Letters to the Editor


<b>LETTER:</b> Time to act on climate change

LETTER: Time to act on climate change

CIties play an immense role in the fight against climate change, reader says
<b>LETTER:</b> Internet voting compromises the security and integrity of local elections

LETTER: Internet voting compromises the security and integrity of local elections

'Council needs to take a hard look at how voter accessibility can be improved,' says letter writer Susan Watson
<b>LETTER:</b> Remembering Garry Glowacki

LETTER: Remembering Garry Glowacki

In a letter to the editor, Barry Roy remembers the late Garry Glowacki and all the good he did in the world
<b>LETTER:</b> Reader pleads with board to keep ARC program running

LETTER: Reader pleads with board to keep ARC program running

Cindy Kinnon reflects on the impact the program had on her brother
<b>LETTER:</b> Time to scrap daylight savings, resident says

LETTER: Time to scrap daylight savings, resident says

Steve Baldamus says only the government would have the audacity to think they can legislate the sun
<b>LETTER:</b> Spare Guelph the 'unknown, unnecessary jeopardy' of online voting

LETTER: Spare Guelph the 'unknown, unnecessary jeopardy' of online voting

Without physical ballots for records, there is no way to assure judges or the general public that online votes were interpreted correctly or counted accurately, letter writer says
<b>LETTER:</b> Food and nutrition courses have a place in the classroom

LETTER: Food and nutrition courses have a place in the classroom

Individuals who study Food and Nutrition have many career options, not just chefs or working in the restaurant industry, letter writer says
LETTER: Enhanced closed captioning coming to remote Council meetings

LETTER: Enhanced closed captioning coming to remote Council meetings

City clerk's office writes that it is working at improving the closed captioning of city meeting livestreams
LETTER: Closed captioning no laughing matter, despite satire used to make point

LETTER: Closed captioning no laughing matter, despite satire used to make point

Letter writer Virginia McDonald defends her satirical take of city hall's closed captioning
<b>LETTER:</b> It's not perfect, but closed captioning is vital

LETTER: It's not perfect, but closed captioning is vital

'Even with the mistakes, closed captioning means everything to those who are deaf,' says reader