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Letters to the Editor

Other side of the union coin - Gilbert Herard

I see you think the CUPE people should sit at a minimum wage job for a while to be more grateful.

Women should be outraged - Misty Mealey

I am writing in response to the article titled, Curing the 'Curse' of Womanhood, in the Dec. 14 edition. I wholeheartedly agree with Dr. Kathleen O'Grady that the medicalization of women's bodies is alarming and cause for concern.

LHINS will kill Douglas' dream - Randall Davidson

I say today to Ontario Health Minister George Smitherman, or any other parties, our government health care is sacred and shouldn't be touched by anyone. There is only one health care plan and it is the one we have today. We can and must fix it.

Councillors act like kids - Jim Young

Recently Councillor Ron Bradley stated, "When you criticize employees, when you criticize council…you can't expect any favours afterwards.

Frustration mounting over snow removal - Chantale Landry

I'm writing this letter in regards to the Greater City of Sudbury's new snow removal policy. I'm very frustrated with the conditions of all the roads.

Scrooge alive and well - Michael Beltrano

I would like to send my warmest holiday wishes to the person who hit my mother's vehicle at the Zeller's parking lot in the South End on the afternoon of Dec. 18. Thanks to this person, my mother's Christmas has become a little less cheery.

Where are the single guys? - J. Bujold

As I sit here contemplating which inane program I want to watch on TV for yet another Saturday night, I have to ask myself, "where are all the single men in the Sudbury area?" Now I am not talking about the men who have just passed pubescence, but th

Union should be grateful - S Styles

I just have to say how pathetic I think all of this is. It's pure selfishness! I have a cure for this greed: how about they go back to work for minimum wage and no guarantee of a job next week, let a lone a pension years down the road.

Re: No mercy for man waiting for surgery, Feb. 19

I read with interest about the mentally disabled Elliot Lake man who has to wait several months for an operation to correct his stomach condition. Apparently he suffers severe and painful dry heaves.

With regard to PET scans, we're behind world

BY DR. DAVID WEBSTER Double shame on you Rick Bartolucci! Ontario is the last medical jurisdiction in the world to accept the overwhelming benefit of PET for patients like Sam Bruno. (Letter to the Editor, Sunday, Dec.