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LETTER: Waterfront development plan meets town's current needs, Midland resident says

LETTER: Waterfront development plan meets town's current needs, Midland resident says

'To put a park there would require more money being poured into the land,' writer says
LETTER: Aggressive growth will worsen climate crisis, group warns

LETTER: Aggressive growth will worsen climate crisis, group warns

County is 'simply tagging along ... working on aggressive growth,' says Canadians for a Sustainable Society
LETTER: Council lacks 'foresight' when it comes to Midland Bay Landing

LETTER: Council lacks 'foresight' when it comes to Midland Bay Landing

'Citizens of Midland need to rally for a park instead of a commercial eyesore,' reader says
LETTER: 'Pristine' waterfront park would be huge asset to Midland

LETTER: 'Pristine' waterfront park would be huge asset to Midland

Midland has opportunite to create 'Nature's own attraction on our doorstep,' reader says
LETTER: Violence against women happens at home, at work, at school and online

LETTER: Violence against women happens at home, at work, at school and online

Tomorrow is National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women - a day to remember the victims of Montreal massacre and acknowledge the fight continues
LETTER: Midland throwing away chance to create waterfront that'd be 'great source of pride'

LETTER: Midland throwing away chance to create waterfront that'd be 'great source of pride'

Town should fire development board and create a park, 'not a commercial concrete blight,' reader says
COLUMN: Midland Bay Landing plan stokes fear town could soon cozy up to developers

COLUMN: Midland Bay Landing plan stokes fear town could soon cozy up to developers

Council needs to think long and hard about town's future before destroying 'last remaining vestige of prime waterfront in the entire area,' community editor says
COLUMN: Current Midland Bay Landing plan looks nothing like original

COLUMN: Current Midland Bay Landing plan looks nothing like original

Columnist suggests eliminating MBL board, putting savings into developing an actual park
LETTER: Divest from fossil fuels, pension fund officials urged

LETTER: Divest from fossil fuels, pension fund officials urged

Investing the retirement savings of over 400,000 Ontario healthcare workers in fossil fuels is both morally wrong and financially risky, says letter writer
LETTER: Doctor raises concerns about home healthcare services in North Simcoe

LETTER: Doctor raises concerns about home healthcare services in North Simcoe

'High-density housing for new developments is one way to protect our residents' health now and into the future,' doctor says