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Letters to the Editor

Reader has no faith in Liberals - Fred Lammi

I attended a city budget meeting at the Capreol Arena recently to find out if the Federal Liberal government had come good on the $7.57 million (promise) for their share of the rock tunnel.

Councillors should 'pander' to public - Fern Cormier

Recently city council voted 11 to two to increase the salary of our CAO. Councillors Lynne Reynolds and Andre Rivest were the two no votes. I have to admit that the outcome of the contract negotiations, nor the vote surprised me very much.

Councillors should 'pander' to public - Fern Cormier

Recently city council voted 11 to two to increase the salary of our CAO. Councillors Lynne Reynolds and Andre Rivest were the two no votes. I have to admit that the outcome of the contract negotiations, nor the vote surprised me very much.

Private health care wrong for Canada - Gary Dunnigan

I returned to Sudbury after several years away in the United States. Unfortunately, the reason for returning was an illness in the family. Our love and admiration goes out to the nurses on the fifth floor at the hospital's St.

Private health care wrong for Canada - Gary Dunnigan

I returned to Sudbury after several years away in the United States. Unfortunately, the reason for returning was an illness in the family. Our love and admiration goes out to the nurses on the fifth floor at the hospital's St.

State of shock - Clarence Soule

Gas prices have increased since Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of the United States leaving Canadians in a state of shock. There is no use taking anger out on poor gas attendants because they receive their orders from the oil companies.

State of shock - Clarence Soule

Gas prices have increased since Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of the United States leaving Canadians in a state of shock. There is no use taking anger out on poor gas attendants because they receive their orders from the oil companies.

Gas pains - George McKee

When you go to a gas bar and have to pay inflated price for gasoline, you start to think of what it means to live in a supply/demand society.

No justice - Gerry McIntaggart

The judicial system has once again demonstrated that there is unhindered discrimination through "class distinction" in handing down punishment to fit the crime. In this case, a Montreal ad executive (Paul Coffin) defrauded Canadians of $1.

Gas pains - George McKee

When you go to a gas bar and have to pay inflated price for gasoline, you start to think of what it means to live in a supply/demand society.