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LETTER: Wine win not 'world class level' says reader

LETTER: Wine win not 'world class level' says reader

The 'Best Chardonnay in the world' competition, 537 entries, 178 medals is a good marketing operation: sticker on your bottle stating 'Gold Medal winner'
Use of pools in NOTL increasing

Use of pools in NOTL increasing

A recent letter-writer (The Local, April 12) ‘suspected’ that the pool in the Old Town is underused.
LETTER: NOTL ignoring 'erasure' of Black history

LETTER: NOTL ignoring 'erasure' of Black history

'I'm sure I will not be the only Toronto resident who will decline to spend their tourist dollars in NOTL if this issue is not resolved in a way that respects Ontario's Black heritage,' writes reader Barb Crisp.
LETTER: Council should keep working on St. Davids pool

LETTER: Council should keep working on St. Davids pool

'I commend this council for working on a budget that is less than inflation and ensuring that existing facilities, such as pools, arenas, parks etc., are fully used rather than thinking about how to spend more money'
LETTER: 'Chickens have come home to roost' for Niagara Falls mayor

LETTER: 'Chickens have come home to roost' for Niagara Falls mayor

'How does it feel, Mayor Diodati, to see people ignoring your concerns and build and pave despite your strong objections?' writes reader Faye Suthons
LETTER: Proposal for Parliament Oak site a 'disgrace'

LETTER: Proposal for Parliament Oak site a 'disgrace'

'Parliament Oak has a historical significance and is a stop on the tour of the Freedom Trail and is the place where a session of Parliament was held'
LETTER: Why are some people against development in NOTL?

LETTER: Why are some people against development in NOTL?

'I am quite surprised at the number of people who are against the proposed development at both the Parliament Oak and Mary St. properties in the news recently,' letter writer says
LETTER: Parliament Oak proposal 'insulting' to community

LETTER: Parliament Oak proposal 'insulting' to community

'Town council and staff should not give this proposal any serious consideration '
LETTER: Don't let developers use divisive tactics to get their way

LETTER: Don't let developers use divisive tactics to get their way

'The proposed hotel on the site of the old school is a preposterous invasion' reader says
LETTER: Nurses never said they want privatization

LETTER: Nurses never said they want privatization

Healthcare systems problems have been growing for decades, but are only coming to light now because of stress of pandemic