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LETTER: Climate change letter response

LETTER: Climate change letter response

'How are people struggling to put food on the table and pay for shelter supposed to pay for greener solutions for power and transportation?'
LETTER: Councillor defends city stance on heritage barn

LETTER: Councillor defends city stance on heritage barn

'A community centred approach can still be a profitable one', councillor says of developer's bid to demolish building
LETTER: City continues to 'get in the way of efficient progress'

LETTER: City continues to 'get in the way of efficient progress'

Reader feels that recent city decision regarding a south-end stone barn is another example of the city making decisions that are counterproductive
LETTER: Nothing wrong with mayor's response to protests

LETTER: Nothing wrong with mayor's response to protests

Cam Guthrie would have been criticized no matter what he did, writes reader Barry Scutt
LETTER: Realtors association calls for 'bold' local leadership

LETTER: Realtors association calls for 'bold' local leadership

'We must tackle the housing affordability crisis and it’s time to be bold'
LETTER: Mayor's silence on last week's protest says a lot

LETTER: Mayor's silence on last week's protest says a lot

'The city and the mayor’s absentee, unprincipled leadership, at a time, when so many people in Guelph needed visible support, was not kind'
LETTER: Mayor's response to protest not acceptable

LETTER: Mayor's response to protest not acceptable

Letter writer June says Cam Guthrie's silence in advance of last Wednesday's protest was heard loud and clear
LETTER: Social housing safety concerns create 'toxic environment'

LETTER: Social housing safety concerns create 'toxic environment'

'We want our right to a peaceful environment upheld,' says reader
LETTER: Ford living in the past when it comes to climate change

LETTER: Ford living in the past when it comes to climate change

'We have huge potential in energy conservation, starting with retrofitted buildings. All new devices and transport should be electric,' writes reader Elizabeth Snell
LETTER: Mr. Ford, do the right thing and resign

LETTER: Mr. Ford, do the right thing and resign

'While it may be easy to blame Mr. Amato or Mr. Clark for their clear wrongdoing in favouring billionaire developers when removing lands from the Greenbelt, you are ultimately responsible for their actions as the Premier'