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Letters | Nov 16, 2016

Reader urges pet lovers to do the right thing when they are injured or sick

Re: ‘Large animal’ attacks cat in east-end Toronto Recently, The Mirror’s Joanna Lavoie wrote a sad article of a cat...

Bloor West Villager
Letters | Nov 09, 2016

Reader requests Chief Bill Sanders do research before committing to Toronto police station mergers

Re: Residents weigh in on merging police divisions in east-end Toronto Chief Bill Sanders said “If I have to make the...

Beach Mirror
Opinion | Nov 09, 2016

Sustainable Urban Development Association says people have to look at long-term gain of Scarborough subway proposal

The Toronto Star and The Scarborough Mirror reported that the Glen Andrew Community Association has proposed that the...

Scarborough Mirror
Letters | Nov 04, 2016
Box elder drawing

Reader's 6-year-old daughter saddened by box elder extermination

To the editor: Re: Swarming box elder bugs a nuisance, but pose no threat to Toronto, insidetoronto.com, Sept. 28,...

York Guardian
Letters | Nov 04, 2016

Please do proper study before closing Toronto police stations: reader

To the editor: Re: Residents weigh in on merging police divisions in east-end Toronto, Nov. 2, insidetoronto.com Chief...

Beach Mirror
Opinion | Nov 01, 2016
Halloween

My son didn’t deserve to be shamed for trick-or-treating in Orangeville

Editor’s Note: This letter writer’s son is 15-years-old and on the Autism spectrum.

Orangeville Banner | by Orangeville Banner
Oct 26, 2016

Enforce illegal parking at Colonel Sam Smith Park, reader writes

To the editor: I am a frequent visitor to the wonderful lakeside parks that Etobicoke residents are blessed with. Some of...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Oct 26, 2016

Reader cautions people about scam involving free purebreed puppies

Recently I responded to an ad in the pet classifieds for two Maltese puppies being given away free. After many...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Oct 22, 2016

Chinese Canadian National Council sees road closure signs near Algonquin as 'thinly-veiled racism'

Editor's note: This letter was addressed to councillor Marlene Kyle, councillor with the Township of Algonquin Highlands, and...

Huntsville Forester | 15 Comments
Oct 11, 2016

Provincial government should call lottery business what it is - poverty tax, reader writes

Two years ago the Ontario government sent out a request for proposals seeking a service provider that could take over the...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Oct 11, 2016

Reader thanks “anonymous angel” for staying with son until family arrived

On Saturday, Sept. 17, our 22-year-old son who has autism and a developmental delay, got separated from his group while...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Oct 11, 2016

Canada Revenue Agency needs to target those who avoid paying taxes rather then seniors, reader writes

To the editor: For many years, an elderly man has been paying for private home care so he could remain in his house....

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Oct 10, 2016

Are we willing to repurpose Scarborough's Kingston Road to help boost area businesses?

To the Editor: Re: On Scarborough's Kingston Road, a BIA is out of reach but business improvement isn't, Oct....

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 12, 2016

Juice boxes environmentally-friendly packaging choice: Carton Council Canada

Dear Editor: I am writing on behalf of the Carton Council of Canada in response to your Sept. 8 article 'No juice boxes:...

InsideHalton.com | Add Comment
Aug 30, 2016

Eastern Commerce Collegiate needs to be home to Toronto’s First Nation students, reader writes

To the editor: Re: ‘Eastern Commerce Collegiate could be home to new French-language high school serving east-end...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 30, 2016

Bike license will ensure our roads are safe for every user, reader writes

To the editor: Should Toronto’s cyclists be required to licence their bikes? Absolutely, and it is something that is long...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment

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