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    Letters to the Editor: Dec. 3

    Bus short on deliveryI have been a proud citizen of this wonderful city since 1980. I am one of the many consumers of health care on more than one occasion ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Nov. 30

    Seaway built for ‘commerce’It is easy for politicians and shore front property owners to blame the International Joint Commission and the new plan.
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    Letters to the Editor: Nov. 6

    New approach to bullying in school neededAs a practising psychotherapist of 21 years, and as a parent who had a front row seat to the gross mismanagement of chronic bullying ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Oct. 30

    Leaders must get serious about street partySilence once again, before and after Homecoming, has become the hallmark of our leadership in Kingston and at Queen’s University — except for the ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Oct. 24

    Giving blood is a worthwhile experienceQuite frankly, I didn’t know what to expect. My daughter was determined to spend the rest of our time together before she headed back to ...
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    Letters: The personal touch fading?

    According to the BBC, the self-checkout machine was invented in 1984 by David R. Humble. I don’t know when they started spreading across Kingston, like an infestation of insects.
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    Letters to the Editor: Sept. 25

    Give 30 campaign a successOn behalf of the Give 30 Kingston Team — including our partners Dan Irwin and Debbie Graves (Partners in Mission Food Bank) — as well as ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Sept. 18

    Questions need answers after tragedyWe were shocked about the terrible incident that happened last week downtown where two innocent pedestrians were stabbed and one died.
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    Letters to the Editor: Sept. 13

    Education a better medicine?As someone who’s not a huge consumer of soda, of course with the exception of a cheeky G&T or rye and ginger, the idea of a sugar ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Sept. 11

    Real action on climate changeLately, comments on social media and correspondence from constituents reflect dissatisfaction with the City of Kingston’s lack of followup action the past six months since council ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Sept. 10

    Pay cut for councillors?I believe maybe city councillors should take a cut in pay to help the lower income, instead of making seniors income lower than it already is.
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    Letters to the Editor: Aug. 21

    Value beyond economicsI believe cutting seniors discounts is a mistake. The recent and ongoing attempts to cut or eliminate universal seniors discounts across city programs and services are a result ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Aug. 17

    Not best possible modelThank you for your coverage of our Prisoners Justice Day demonstration at the Feihe International infant formula factory (“The animals set me right,” Aug.
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    Letters to the Editor: Aug. 16

    Prison farms reopening a testament to perseverance of KingstoniansAlmost 10 years after Kingston’s prison farms were shut down, I was very pleased that MPs Mark Gerretsen and Karen McCrimmon were ...
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    Letters to the Editor: Aug. 10

    Bollards ‘reduce safety’I refer to the rebound traffic bollards recently placed along the edge of John Counter Boulevard and Taylor-Kidd Boulevard.