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<b>Letter to the editor: </b>Addiction and mental health students: embracing change, learning and having fun

Letter to the editor: Addiction and mental health students: embracing change, learning and having fun

'It’s interesting how changing our routine, even if it’s just for a couple of hours out of our week, can make a huge difference in our mental health'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> COVID passports will lead to 'a paper-carrying security state' claims reader

Letter to the editor: COVID passports will lead to 'a paper-carrying security state' claims reader

'It should be getting easier to believe at this point, despite it seeming farfetched at the beginning, that the citizens of our country and most other countries in the world are being resocialized and renormalized to accept being dictated to by the major corporate holders who have gained control of our societies through financial means'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Council should stop blaming others for Cassellholme delays

Letter to the editor: Council should stop blaming others for Cassellholme delays

Yet despite the 'backbreaking' cost to the municipal governments involved, it must get built
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> Cassellholme redevelopment must move forward now

Letter to the Editor: Cassellholme redevelopment must move forward now

'It seems that the Cassellholme Redevelopment Board has mixed opinions as to how to move forward'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Settlement of the Robinson Huron Treaty case benefits all of northeastern Ontario

Letter to the editor: Settlement of the Robinson Huron Treaty case benefits all of northeastern Ontario

'The people of these 21 nations are locals, too. We shop in the same local stores and restaurants in North Bay as you and we want to help build strong, vibrant communities and homes as we come back stronger from the pandemic'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Frustration growing over lack of LGBTQ+ leaders debate

Letter to the editor: Frustration growing over lack of LGBTQ+ leaders debate

'You bend over backward to accommodate the federal debate commission and big media, but leave communities like us blowing in the breeze'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> No exemptions on genetically-engineered foods and plants

Letter to the editor: No exemptions on genetically-engineered foods and plants

People want to know that all genetically engineered foods have been rigorously assessed for safety by Health Canada, including any new gene-edited foods
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Curry sees racism where none exists, claims reader

Letter to the editor: Curry sees racism where none exists, claims reader

Mr. Curry is entitled to his assertion that mass immigration is good for the country, but when he implies that the PPC immigration policy is “racist” I think he is seeing racism where there isn’t any.
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Get big telecom and big banks out of our pockets

Letter to the editor: Get big telecom and big banks out of our pockets

'If any of these politicians were to ask me, I would say to them, get these two interloper institutions, leaches of the Canadian people out of our back pockets. Lower our communication fees, our banking fees and get them out of our back pockets'
<b>Letter to the editor:</b> Mayor McDonald playing the role of victim is 'interesting'

Letter to the editor: Mayor McDonald playing the role of victim is 'interesting'

The Mayor suddenly becoming the champion of city taxpayers over the Cassellholme issue, which has been in the works for a decade, is an insult to one’s intelligence