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Letters to the Editor

Nice work - Perry Guilbault

The Federal Treasury Board feels MPPs deserve a pay increase. To my surprise, the premier of Ontario, Dalton McGuinty, actually made less than our top five city employees. I guess running the city of Sudbury must be harder than running the province.

Progress? - Angela Xia

The greenspace at the end of Roxborough Drive may be lost to development in a few weeks. This place should not be lost. This area of nature improves the quality of life for all of us in the neighbourhood.

Convention centre has possibilities - William E. McLeod

I am writing about the proposal to build a new convention facility in Sudbury. On the face of it, this is quite a good idea.  The powers behind the concept seem to understand the need for diversity in our economy.

Readers respond to poll

Last week's online poll question about social assistance received lots of comments from readers.

No future looking back - Ernie Checkeris

I can't believe people are convinced de-amalgamation would be better for the communities outside the "old" city of Sudbury.

Biker love new paths - Kirk Dopson

Biker love new pathssome clarification, specifically with regards to the bike path along Paris St.

An angry citizen - Heather Phillips

I write this letter because the citizens of Sudbury have been deceived by the mayor and the councillors during the last election.

Taxes blues - Colette Cote

Every year at this time people are getting ready to file their income taxes. If you are like me, (you are) tired of having to repay every year.

Jobs available in Sudbury - Matthew Barton

I am writing with regards to letters to the editor stating it is hard to get a job in Sudbury. I would like to begin by saying there is a need for social assistance in our community.

Thanks to all - Michele Caruso-McGuire

In early January of this year, The Kiwanis Club of Sudbury was informed Warna Timlock, a staunch supporter of the arts in Sudbury and a long-standing volunteer with the Kiwanis Music & Dance Festivals, was staying in Hamilton to care for her daug