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<updated>Letter: </updated>People should be conscious of the potential implications of the sale of Laurentian land

Letter: People should be conscious of the potential implications of the sale of Laurentian land

Any development would result in a huge traffic increase on the existing roads
Letter: Laurentian should take this opportunity to distinguish itself from the pack

Letter: Laurentian should take this opportunity to distinguish itself from the pack

A former dean of science and engineering at the university says reorienting LU as a mining university would set it apart in the Ontario university system
Letter: KED project cries out for a referendum from taxpayers

Letter: KED project cries out for a referendum from taxpayers

People are so divided on the project, the only way forward is a vote to settle things once and for all, reader says
<updated>Letter: </updated>Development could harm Laurentian campus watershed, already recovering from 'acid rain insult'

Letter: Development could harm Laurentian campus watershed, already recovering from 'acid rain insult'

Nepahwin Lake Watershed Stewardship Group speaking out as Laurentian looks to monetize its real estate as part of its insolvency restructuring
<updated>Letter: </updated>Do most Walden residents support the 6th Ave. golf course idea?

Letter: Do most Walden residents support the 6th Ave. golf course idea?

Letter-writer says public input needed on new recreation amenities in the Walden/Lively area
<updated>Gerry Lougheed: </updated>Hospice Care-A-Thon raised more than $300K

Gerry Lougheed: Hospice Care-A-Thon raised more than $300K

‘Your sharing has kept the hospice caring’
<updated>Letter: </updated>Dumpside KED project does not align with Official Plan priorities

Letter: Dumpside KED project does not align with Official Plan priorities

John Closs says it’s ‘a bad investment in the future of our community’
<updated>Letter: </updated>Once Laurentian’s green spaces are gone, they’re gone forever

Letter: Once Laurentian’s green spaces are gone, they’re gone forever

How can we put a price on the ecology of our city?
<updated>Letter: </updated>Arts council concerned about future of music education

Letter: Arts council concerned about future of music education

The value of music is essential for our young people, says council
Letter: Our city council has lost the moral authority to govern

Letter: Our city council has lost the moral authority to govern

‘There is no question that this is a government that has lost its moral authority to govern — the only question is if we the citizens have sufficient political will to hold our government to account’