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<b>Letter:</b> 12-year-old tests beach wheelchairs, gives thumbs up

Letter: 12-year-old tests beach wheelchairs, gives thumbs up

Alyssa also tells us the water at Lake Superior is freezing cold
<b>Letter:</b> Suicide is not selfish

Letter: Suicide is not selfish

You are worth fighting for. There is help out there – please take it
<b>Letter:</b> Response to Chamber of Commerce open letter

Letter: Response to Chamber of Commerce open letter

SooToday.com received the following open letter to the Coalition of Chambers of Commerce from Vicky Evans, President of CUPE Local 4148 and Vice President, Sault Ste. Marie and District CUPE Council
Open letter to Ross Romano, MPP

Open letter to Ross Romano, MPP

SooToday received the following open from Vicky Evans, President, CUPE Local 4148 and Vice President, Sault Ste. Marie & District CUPE Council
<b>Letter:</b> Happy 150th birthday, Canada, eh

Letter: Happy 150th birthday, Canada, eh

One might think that in 150 years we would have learned something useful that would help people and not make life harder
Letter: I am not Canadian, I am Anishinaabe

Letter: I am not Canadian, I am Anishinaabe

Algoma University, located on the site of the former Shingwauk Residential School, has a special responsibility to educate and lead the charge of reconciliation, says Meawasige
<b>Letter:</b> Reflecting on the minimum wage increase

Letter: Reflecting on the minimum wage increase

The real change is for the middle income earners who now pay more for everything but don't enjoy the $3 or $4 an hour wage increase
<b>Letter:</b> Why I’m voting for Joe Krmpotich

Letter: Why I’m voting for Joe Krmpotich

I have come to know "Joey" much better in the last year through my volunteer activities, and I've found him to be an empathetic and very helpful man.
<b>Letter to the Editor:</b> What's up with the PC party?

Letter to the Editor: What's up with the PC party?

'They have never fought for front line workers or public services'
<b>Letter:</b> Jane's Walk shows the Sault through a variety of lenses

Letter: Jane's Walk shows the Sault through a variety of lenses

'It was such a pleasure traveling through the City as part of Jane's Walk with knowledgeable guides'