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LETTER: How many indoor hockey rinks do Sault taxpayers really need?

LETTER: How many indoor hockey rinks do Sault taxpayers really need?

And while we're counting, how many libraries? reader asks
LETTER: Better pay, tuition incentives could resolve PSW shortage, reader says

LETTER: Better pay, tuition incentives could resolve PSW shortage, reader says

'There are many people in our community who could become PSWs if they had the proper incentives,' writes Sandra Rousseau
LETTER: Who will be held responsible when my friend dies a slow and needless death?

LETTER: Who will be held responsible when my friend dies a slow and needless death?

In this letter to the editor, a reader asks, is it our health care system or our health care providers that are failing the most complex patients with the greatest needs?
LETTER: CN Rail failing as community partner

LETTER: CN Rail failing as community partner

'Continual shunting onto sidings means the trans-continental Canadian train has been over 40 hours late between Vancouver and Toronto in 2018'
LETTER: Reader educated, motivated, ambitious but still drowning in debt

LETTER: Reader educated, motivated, ambitious but still drowning in debt

'I invite you to hear the stories of your constituents, all of them,' writes Elysia Peattie to MPP Ross Romano regarding Bill 47
LETTER: Antibiotics have their limits, says Sault doc

LETTER: Antibiotics have their limits, says Sault doc

Microbes and bacteria have become increasingly more resistant to antibiotics. Here's one doctor's advice for fighting disease
LETTER: Scrapping Bill 148 hurts working Saultites. Bill 47 fails to help

LETTER: Scrapping Bill 148 hurts working Saultites. Bill 47 fails to help

Many more Sault families live in poverty than the provincial average, says concerned local community activist
LETTER: Rory Ring defends performance in Sarnia

LETTER: Rory Ring defends performance in Sarnia

SooToday has received the following letter to the editor from Sault Ste. Marie mayoral candidate Rory Ring in response to incumbent Christian Provenzano's allegations that Ring's job performance in a past position was less than stellar
<b>LETTER:</b> Ross Romano should be 'fighting' Ford's use of the notwithstanding clause

LETTER: Ross Romano should be 'fighting' Ford's use of the notwithstanding clause

Letter writer says this shouldn't be a partisan issue
<b>LETTER:</b> The Ford giveth and the Ford taketh away

LETTER: The Ford giveth and the Ford taketh away

Ontarians in remote, rural and indigenous areas 'just want to be able to heat their homes, keep the lights on and put food on the table'