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<b> LETTER: </b> 'Very special' medals available for 2nd World War veterans

LETTER: 'Very special' medals available for 2nd World War veterans

France is awarding its highest medal to all living Canadian veterans who directly helped to liberate their country between June 6 and Aug. 30, 1944, medal recipient says
<b> LETTER: </b> Remember This articles unearth surprising facts for Cane's great-grandson

LETTER: Remember This articles unearth surprising facts for Cane's great-grandson

History Hound Richard MacLeod's articles about one of Newmarket's most influential founding families are invaluable to the family today
<b> LETTER: </b> Traces of railway line still visible today

LETTER: Traces of railway line still visible today

A reader shares some fascinating history regarding the radial railway that once flourished in Newmarket
<b> LETTER: </b> Bikers, vendors raise $1,000 for local children battling cancer

LETTER: Bikers, vendors raise $1,000 for local children battling cancer

A Newmarket poker run event supported Southlake Regional Health Centre
<b>LETTER:</b> Shout-out to Newmarket for raising $7,200 for SickKids

LETTER: Shout-out to Newmarket for raising $7,200 for SickKids

The Newmarket community went above and beyond to make the recent Rebel Rouge charity dunk tank event a smashing success, organizer says
<b>LETTER:</b> Planning decades down the road does little for drivers today

LETTER: Planning decades down the road does little for drivers today

Newmarket letter writer questions Mayor John Taylor's answer about Davis Drive traffic
<b> LETTER </b>: Ontario News Now political propaganda posing as journalism

LETTER : Ontario News Now political propaganda posing as journalism

At a time when citizens are concerned about fake news, the governing party should not be exacerbating the problem by publishing its own, letter writer William Dyer says
LETTER: Assistive Devices Program leaves vulnerable Ontarians without leg to stand on

LETTER: Assistive Devices Program leaves vulnerable Ontarians without leg to stand on

Seriously disabled amputees should not have to rely on their families and communities to cope with the basic financial requirements of an artificial limb, War Amps says
<b>LETTER:</b> Keep up the good work, Newmarket

LETTER: Keep up the good work, Newmarket

Some people have complaints about our town, but Newmarket is still a caring and involved community, letter writer says
LETTER: Province putting more housing before protecting species

LETTER: Province putting more housing before protecting species

Group says provincial government 'proposes to take steps that directly work against the recommendations of the United Nations'