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<b>LETTER:</b> Newmarket-Aurora PC candidate taking support for granted

LETTER: Newmarket-Aurora PC candidate taking support for granted

Not showing up in any public forum and not responding to media questions is a direct threat to democracy, writes lifelong Progressive Conservative voter
<b>LETTER:</b> Strategic voting may be only way to halt Ford majority

LETTER: Strategic voting may be only way to halt Ford majority

Letter writer makes 11th-hour 'cry for sanity' to encourage NDP, Liberals 'to cooperate in a way that would benefit all citizens of Ontario'
<b>LETTER:</b> Say no to highways; we can't grow food on pavement

LETTER: Say no to highways; we can't grow food on pavement

Do you see a connection between loss of farmland and future food insecurity for you and your family, letter writer asks
<b>LETTER:</b> Liberal Party platform looks toward the future

LETTER: Liberal Party platform looks toward the future

Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca's idea of $1 transit fare would be a game-changer, says letter writer
<b>LETTER:</b> Where is Newmarket-Aurora's Conservative candidate?

LETTER: Where is Newmarket-Aurora's Conservative candidate?

Being absent from key democratic engagement like all-candidates meetings is disrespectful to voters, Newmarket letter writer says
<b>LETTER:</b> Kids should never be near lawn mowers

LETTER: Kids should never be near lawn mowers

War Amps Child Amputee Program (CHAMP) and PLAYSAFE advocate Zoe Gottwald shares a safety message as lawn-cutting season arrives
<b>LETTERS: </b> Residents speak out in favour of train whistles

LETTERS: Residents speak out in favour of train whistles

The debate around train whistle cessation continues to be a hot topic, with these two readers expressing support for the iconic sound in Newmarket
<b>LETTER:</b> Which 'people' has Doug Ford been 'for'?

LETTER: Which 'people' has Doug Ford been 'for'?

Not low-wage workers, nurses, elderly, Indigenous, victims of sexual assault, or students, says letter writer of PC government record
<b>LETTER:</b> If you don't like train whistles, why buy a home near the tracks?

LETTER: If you don't like train whistles, why buy a home near the tracks?

You can always move, suggests letter writer to residents complaining about noisy trains
<b> LETTER: </b> Newmarket council more concerned about liability than residents' well-being

LETTER: Newmarket council more concerned about liability than residents' well-being

Loss of sleep due to train whistles likely impacting residents' long-term health, letter writer says