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<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Councillors should pay ultimate political price for Cassellholme fiasco

Letter to the editor: Councillors should pay ultimate political price for Cassellholme fiasco

The best part…if this desperately needed LTC project is trashed, a new Ice Palace (fully funded by North Bay) will surely rise to take its place
Letter to the editor: Fedeli ignoring constituents claims Maclennan

Letter to the editor: Fedeli ignoring constituents claims Maclennan

'Vic has been asked by Pride, given plenty of notice of pride events, but never shows up or responds'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Federalists bungle, while Ontario's Ford steps up

Letter to the editor: Federalists bungle, while Ontario's Ford steps up

'Let's see what happens in the next six months, shall we? I believe all Ontarians are going to know and understand why "The Ring of Fire" will become an economically political hot potato for all Ontarians and Canada too'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Doctor shortage. 'The health of people is deteriorating due to a minimal or utter lack of care'

Letter to the editor: Doctor shortage. 'The health of people is deteriorating due to a minimal or utter lack of care'

'A basic human right for healthcare in Canada is being neglected and seemingly controlled by a regulatory body that seems more concerned about its own self-interests and not the public it should be accountable to'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Doug Ford, the Landlord Tenant board needs change

Letter to the editor: Doug Ford, the Landlord Tenant board needs change

'The owner's ex-husband had been renting a room from her but because she lived in Alberta he decided it was okay to take over the entire house instead of just one room'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b>  Plight of seniors and teens requiring optometrists should be on Fedeli's radar

Letter to the editor: Plight of seniors and teens requiring optometrists should be on Fedeli's radar

'I realize teens can not vote however their parents may exercise their right in the coming months'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b>  Rape for females or male victims is a life changing trauma that impacts your life in many ways

Letter to the editor: Rape for females or male victims is a life changing trauma that impacts your life in many ways

It's a life-changing trauma that impacts your life in many ways
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Ontario needs to settle the ongoing conflict with optometrists

Letter to the editor: Ontario needs to settle the ongoing conflict with optometrists

Over the past three decades, optometrists have seen only a 4 per cent fee increase - even though the profession has expanded to include far more medical diagnoses and treatments.  The cost of equipment is also significantly higher than other medical specialties. 
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Men do not fully understand female/human issues

Letter to the editor: Men do not fully understand female/human issues

'Women are naturally much more empathetic, better investigators, and also less trusting of the obvious'
<b>Poem to the editor:</b> The 11th day of the 11th month

Poem to the editor: The 11th day of the 11th month

Soldiers we are, and we have but ourselves to uplift this day, to fight and die for country, family, and friends