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<b>LETTER:</b> Resident says vaccinating children is unnecessary

LETTER: Resident says vaccinating children is unnecessary

Tiny Township man says the risks of vaccinating children and youth far outweigh the benefits
<b>LETTER:</b> Residential school discoveries strike a chord with HRC survivors

LETTER: Residential school discoveries strike a chord with HRC survivors

'We wanted to tell you how sorry we are but we also hope we might share experiences and work together'
<b>LETTER:</b> Catholic Church isn't the only one to blame for residential schools

LETTER: Catholic Church isn't the only one to blame for residential schools

Residential schools were official government policy, writer notes
<b>OPINION:</b> Local high school correspondent explores recent #CancelCanadaDay debate

OPINION: Local high school correspondent explores recent #CancelCanadaDay debate

'Please think about why #CancelCanadaDay was trending and to continue to further educate yourself on social justice issues such as this one,' says Rebekah McKinnon
<b>COLUMN:</b> Local students deserved outdoor graduation this year

COLUMN: Local students deserved outdoor graduation this year

Virtual graduations were the norm this year at high schools in Midland and Penetanguishene; something columnist Rebekah McKinnon says wasn't the best option
<b>LETTER:</b> Recent Postcard Memories entry triggers fond recollections

LETTER: Recent Postcard Memories entry triggers fond recollections

'Those were wonderful summers; meeting interesting guests, being challenged by Mother Nature at times and cementing life-long relationships,' local resident notes of working in Honey Harbour
<b>LETTER:</b> Midland wrong to sell Lakewood Dr. waterfront property

LETTER: Midland wrong to sell Lakewood Dr. waterfront property

'We have lived next door to this piece of land for over forty years and it has been a pleasure to see local families on the “land” side of the street come for a swim, a picnic, or just to watch a sunrise in the early morning,' resident says  
<b>LETTER:</b> Voters will have final say on use of notwithstanding clause

LETTER: Voters will have final say on use of notwithstanding clause

Former Cabinet Minister Doug Lewis reminds citizens of the 'safety valve in our democratic process' that will see voters - not the courts - rule on controversial move

LETTER: Municipal officials don't see the big Gypsy moth picture, reader says

'In Lafontaine, we are hardly able to venture outdoors without being bombarded with caterpillars dangling from trees and blowing in the wind,' local resident says
<b>LETTER:</b> Midland's community well-being and safety plan report lacks substance

LETTER: Midland's community well-being and safety plan report lacks substance

'It's a very nice looking report, but there are no action plans,' Midland resident says. 'Yes, I do think I could have done a better job myself'