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LETTER: Does Midland's future involve only cops and condos?

LETTER: Does Midland's future involve only cops and condos?

Letter writer expresses concerns abut the direction the town is heading - from how little it spends on parks and gardens to how much it spends on law and order
COLUMN: Is council brave enough to turn Unimin lands into a park?

COLUMN: Is council brave enough to turn Unimin lands into a park?

'Everybody refers to Little Lake Park as the jewel of the town, but recent initiatives indicate that jewels can be pawned,' columnist says
LETTER: Writer responds to resident's complaints about local healthcare and restaurant options

LETTER: Writer responds to resident's complaints about local healthcare and restaurant options

Readers says former Hamilton resident now living in Midland needs to lose his sense of entitlement
LETTER: From healthcare to restaurant menus, resident isn't happy with local options

LETTER: From healthcare to restaurant menus, resident isn't happy with local options

Not all seniors who moved here from larger centres are millionaires, author says
LETTER: Keeping Midland beautiful should be a key priority for all

LETTER: Keeping Midland beautiful should be a key priority for all

Parks need to be monitored on a regular basis for garbage but also for other violations, including motorized vehicles using walking paths and illegal camping, resident says
LETTER: 75 years after nuclear bomb drops, world continues on dangerous course

LETTER: 75 years after nuclear bomb drops, world continues on dangerous course

Local Peaceworks group wants Canada to sign United Nations' treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons
LETTER: Midland Bay Landing should be turned into a park for all to enjoy

LETTER: Midland Bay Landing should be turned into a park for all to enjoy

'So many towns and cities understand the value of public spaces on water that Midland seems to be blind to,' writer notes
COLUMN: Health unit overstepping its mandate in promoting basic wage

COLUMN: Health unit overstepping its mandate in promoting basic wage

Columnist says the region's health unit should stick to health and not get involved in economic policy
LETTER: Mayor Strathearn should do his homework before commenting

LETTER: Mayor Strathearn should do his homework before commenting

A reader's concerned over recent comments from Stewart Strathearn on wearing masks in a MidlandToday story
COLUMN: Midland seems to be taking the tortoise's approach to stage three

COLUMN: Midland seems to be taking the tortoise's approach to stage three

The Penetanguishene library used its months-long closure to develop practices that allowed it to reopen last week