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<b>LETTER:</b> Will Ford be cakewalking back to Queen’s Park in June?

LETTER: Will Ford be cakewalking back to Queen’s Park in June?

‘Every administration that was in power at the time of a crisis or war was seemingly re-elected. Will that happen here in Ontario?’ asks reader
<b>LETTER:</b> My hijab, my identity, my right

LETTER: My hijab, my identity, my right

'Our veil not only protects our beauty but gives us strength and confidence to walk proud and give it our all; it gives us a unique opportunity to present before the world our true self'
<b>LETTER:</b> Bradford Bypass reveals Ford government's 'true agenda'

LETTER: Bradford Bypass reveals Ford government's 'true agenda'

'If we truly want to address climate change in a meaningful way it means we need to get less auto dependent, not more,' says letter writer
<b>LETTER:</b> Simcoe residents, it’s time to wake up and smell the asphalt

LETTER: Simcoe residents, it’s time to wake up and smell the asphalt

Ontario’s population is expected to grow by almost 5.3 million over the next 26 years . The big question is how to plan for that growth in ways we won’t regret.
<b>LETTER:</b> Event organizer thankful for community support

LETTER: Event organizer thankful for community support

Organizer of inaugural event thankful for community support
<b>LETTER:</b> Remembrance Day includes the founding of War Amps

LETTER: Remembrance Day includes the founding of War Amps

The War Amps was started by amputee veterans returning from the First World War to help each other adapt to their new reality as amputees
<b>LETTER:</b> Reader chastises county for not 'buying Canadian'

LETTER: Reader chastises county for not 'buying Canadian'

'As a Canadian taxpayer I'm disappointed the county couldn't use my tax dollars to support Canadian ... auto workers', laments letter writer
<b>LETTER:</b> We all live in the climate change era, so why don’t local leaders act like it?

LETTER: We all live in the climate change era, so why don’t local leaders act like it?

'All leaders need to check their presumption that what happens to the ecology in Innisfil or Bradford or Toronto doesn’t need to matter to the rest of us,' reader says
<b>LETTER:</b> Reader says government to blame for staff shortages

LETTER: Reader says government to blame for staff shortages

‘Many have lost their incentive to work,’ says reader
<b>LETTER:</b> When will the housing bubble pop?

LETTER: When will the housing bubble pop?

The Housing Sector has been the prime mover in our economy, but it too will falter unless the government becomes involved in actually making "homes" for Canadians, letter-writer says