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Letter: Lessons learned from a family tragedy

Letter: Lessons learned from a family tragedy

I assume that volunteer fire departments must operate under a written set of standard operating procedures that address various emergency situations that present themselves
Letter: Reader frustrated by North Bay drivers

Letter: Reader frustrated by North Bay drivers

If I do blow the horn they look at me "like what is your problem?"
Letter: South River firemen stood by as pet dog drowned says owner

Letter: South River firemen stood by as pet dog drowned says owner

'Our Brody had been swimming for around 30 minutes trying to break the ice and crying. all the time. We didn’t know how long he would last'
Letter: City needs to do better for its special needs community

Letter: City needs to do better for its special needs community

The years of medical gaslighting and people bullying people out of their rights are disgraceful and disgusting
Letter: City councillors are mishandling the water budget

Letter: City councillors are mishandling the water budget

'No one is claiming this is an easy process but continuing to approve staff-recommended budgets as presented without any real questioning or pushback is compounding the problem and getting us nowhere'
Letter: Gaza protesters should consider both sides

Letter: Gaza protesters should consider both sides

Do they realize that Hamas has one mandate which is to kill all Jewish people?
Letter: Ontario Northland pensioner dreams of 'Heinz'

Letter: Ontario Northland pensioner dreams of 'Heinz'

So I dreamt of getting a raise, I’d splurge on a bottle of the “good stuff”; Heinz Ketchup
Poem: The Busker

Poem: The Busker

If you hear a musician playing, On a windy downtown street; Stop by and give him a listen, He’ll sweep you off your feet
Letter: Council not really interested in public's budget input

Letter: Council not really interested in public's budget input

The “dog and pony show” of requesting public input is organized and timed to occur well after all the i’s have been dotted and t’s have been crossed
Letter: School Board can’t be trusted with Chippewa renaming issue

Letter: School Board can’t be trusted with Chippewa renaming issue

I was saddened but not shocked to see that public school board Lougheed's determination to change the name of Chippewa Secondary School is as strong as ever. There are a small number of people who are determined to pursue their own political agenda in spite of overwhelming opposition from the public