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Letters to the Editor

LETTER: Mayoral candidate accomplished much with little

LETTER: Mayoral candidate accomplished much with little

Mayoral candidate Joe Wamback's wife, Lozanne, expresses her pride in his well-fought campaign and gratitude for the support of their volunteers, donors, voters and to the 3,000 residents who answered the door when they knocked.
LETTER: Bradford farmer shouldn't be complaining

LETTER: Bradford farmer shouldn't be complaining

What kind of baloney is this, says a letter writer in response to a story about a Bradford farmer who said he has struggled under Ontario's regulatory burden, increasing minimum wage and hydro costs.
LETTER: Community angels, step up and take a bow

LETTER: Community angels, step up and take a bow

A small-scale, free loan program of wheelchairs and walkers to those in need has grown to include a stock of 20. The group organizer gives a shout-out to the many people in Newmarket who are helping to make the program a success.
LETTER: Don't drag 'sheltered workshops' into minimum wage debate

LETTER: Don't drag 'sheltered workshops' into minimum wage debate

A local business owner says he is writing not to defend Doug Ford and this week's legislation repealing Bill 148, but instead to defend the "sheltered workshop" programs that support his business and provide needed piecework jobs to the differently abled.
LETTER: Repeal of Bill 148 about more than minimum wage

LETTER: Repeal of Bill 148 about more than minimum wage

Jessa McLean of Fight for $15 and Fairness says the Ford government isn't fighting fair with minimum-wage and unprotected workers, including those with disabilities. The group will stage rolling emergency actions to respond to this legislation this week in Newmarket and Aurora.