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Letters to the Editor

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.

Bear facts - John Toby

Here is a suggestion for a terrific way to solve Northern Ontario's bear problems.

Bear facts - John Toby

Here is a suggestion for a terrific way to solve Northern Ontario's bear problems.

Be prepared - K. Pasanen

What happened in New Orleans and area is impossible to imagine. But as the residents there were given several days of warning to evacuate, it's surprising relief efforts were not there until about a week later.

Be prepared - K. Pasanen

What happened in New Orleans and area is impossible to imagine. But as the residents there were given several days of warning to evacuate, it's surprising relief efforts were not there until about a week later.

Politicians useless - Paul Sauve

I always believed all Canadians were equal, but this is not true when it comes to energy. We have enough oil and gas to be self-sufficient, yet our governments do not believe we should stand on our own two feet.

Politicians useless - Paul Sauve

I always believed all Canadians were equal, but this is not true when it comes to energy. We have enough oil and gas to be self-sufficient, yet our governments do not believe we should stand on our own two feet.

Rich get richer, poor go hungry - Bob Daigle

As of March 2005, the Canadian Association of Food Banks estimates there are 13,800 people in Greater Sudbury who have to beg for food-more than 10 percent of the population of Greater Sudbury.

Rich get richer, poor go hungry - Bob Daigle

As of March 2005, the Canadian Association of Food Banks estimates there are 13,800 people in Greater Sudbury who have to beg for food-more than 10 percent of the population of Greater Sudbury.

Gas prices 'crazy' - Bryanna Charrier

The price of gas has gone up extremely high, and it's becoming a problem. In my opinion, the gas companies are just playing a game with us. It was only about two years ago that gas cost around 60 cents a litre.