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<b>LETTER:</b> Cut PM some slack, says ex-Conservative cabinet minister

LETTER: Cut PM some slack, says ex-Conservative cabinet minister

Justin Trudeau 'has paid full attention to Indigenous affairs during his term of office,' writes Doug Lewis, adding 'the criticism is very subjective'
<b>LETTER:</b> Midland shortsighted when it comes to its waterfront plan

LETTER: Midland shortsighted when it comes to its waterfront plan

Writer says the town should follow the lead of Penetanguishene, which created a waterfront for all to enjoy
<b>LETTER:</b> Downtown businesses will suffer due to new parking meters

LETTER: Downtown businesses will suffer due to new parking meters

Reader says the new machines are also difficult for those with arthritic hands
<b>LETTER:</b> Rainbow crosswalk was start – not end of what Midland needs for LGBTQ+ acceptance

LETTER: Rainbow crosswalk was start – not end of what Midland needs for LGBTQ+ acceptance

Rainbow sidewalk can't be the end of the actions taken by town and community, Midland resident says
<b>LETTER:</b> Midland lowers positive experience of town for a 'few shekels'

LETTER: Midland lowers positive experience of town for a 'few shekels'

Reader says new parking system takes away from the many good things the town has to offer
<b>LETTER:</b> Parking meter issues means avoiding downtown shopping

LETTER: Parking meter issues means avoiding downtown shopping

Issues trying to pay for parking downtown means avoiding going downtown to shop for one reader
<b>LETTER:</b> New Midland parking stations make town 'less resident friendly'

LETTER: New Midland parking stations make town 'less resident friendly'

'Midland is a great town in which to live. One of its many pleasures has recently been discarded - free parking,' resident says
<b>LETTER:</b> Midland council will come around to vaccination policy

LETTER: Midland council will come around to vaccination policy

'Our council will come around to implementing a COVID policy as our hospital begins to fill up and healthcare people decide they have had enough,' reader says
<b>LETTER:</b> Readers offers suggestions for reopening comments on MidlandToday

LETTER: Readers offers suggestions for reopening comments on MidlandToday

'Make it mandatory that real names be used,' Victoria Harbour resident suggests. 'Confirm these with email response at every post'
<b>COLUMN:</b> International Day of Peace offers chance to improve lives both locally and abroad

COLUMN: International Day of Peace offers chance to improve lives both locally and abroad

'Take a moment Tuesday to be thankful we live in such a stable, peaceful country,' says writer, encouraging locals to reflect on what life would be like if they lived in war-torn countries