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<b>LETTER:</b> Vigilance must be maintained, even for the double-vaccinated

LETTER: Vigilance must be maintained, even for the double-vaccinated

'Public Health provides technical guidelines but we also need to use common sense and consider our social responsibilities,' local resident says
<b>LETTER:</b> Parent says wrong to 'pillory' good teacher, family man

LETTER: Parent says wrong to 'pillory' good teacher, family man

'His casual and friendly manner with students may have led to lowering his guard in this post-traumatic Victorian age,' reader says of Kevin Morphet, who has a disciplinary hearing this month
<b>LETTER:</b> County's new 'big, ugly bins' create storage issues

LETTER: County's new 'big, ugly bins' create storage issues

Midland resident says she barely fills her existing compost, garbage and recycling bins
<b>LETTER:</b> Size of county's new waste carts could be 'daunting' for some

LETTER: Size of county's new waste carts could be 'daunting' for some

Midhurst resident urges county to have options for new collection bins to reflect 'growing’ and ‘increasingly diverse' communities
<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