• Letters

    Letters to the Editor: March 28, 2020

    Public good should trump privacy rightsI’m getting a little more upset with each passing day as the health department declines to identify people who have tested positively for COVID-19, citing ...
  • Letters

    Letters to the Editor: March 4, 2020

    More input on water fluoridationKingston city council appears to have moved quickly from exploring and investigating the feasibility of fluoridating our water to voting soon on the issue.
  • Letters

    Letters to the Editor: Feb. 29, 2020

    Ontario takes huge step in improving health-care educationThe Ontario government’s recent decision to allow colleges to offer stand-alone bachelor of science in nursing degrees marks an important evolution in health-care ...
  • Letters

    Letters to the Editor: Feb. 22, 2020

    School board focus is on student achievementThere is exemplary teaching and learning happening in the Limestone District School Board because of the collaborative and caring relationship of our educators, support ...
  • Letters

    Letters to the Editor: Feb. 14, 2020

    Fee change is puzzlingThe Ministry of Health and Long-term Care, with the collaboration of the Ontario Medical Association, in its infinite wisdom, has again felt it necessary to undermine the ...