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trudeau

Dear Mr. Trudeau:

You asked for constructive discussion with Canadians. Here is my first try.

ON SYRIAN REFUGEES . The majority of Canadians as well as many prominent politicians and experts outside Canada agreed with the humanitarian goal of your decision, but opposed the rush : 25.000 Syrian refugees in Canada by the end of the year. The project of this magnitude would require some three to six months to do the job in a responsible and safe way and not impose the unnecessary hardship on the new immigrants, Canadian immigration officials and the whole new infrastructure required. You finally accepted this reality. It still may be a tough task to transfer 25.000 immigrants in the middle of winter...

Owen Sound Grey County Ontario 1880Dear Editor

I am writing to thank Phil McNichol for his November 7th Sun Times article on Owen Sound's need to restructure. Mr. McNichol and others have written on this subject on several occasions over the last number of years. In reviewing the local government archives as well as media outlets, it's clear that sustainability of local and regional government services have been a public concern for some time. Unfortunately nothing has happened to address this problem because local and regional government leaders lacked either a broader vision or did not see the need for change.

It is becoming increasingly apparent that the tax paying public in Owen Sound and surrounding municipalities will no longer tolerate this detached attitude by elected representative .The public would like

whereyouwant-fullDear Editor,
I have been overwhelmed at the beautiful heart of our community for a few days now but did not know how to express it. Everything sounds so corny. OSSIA choir roamed the streets and shops of downtown on Friday joining many others in Random Acts Of Kindness Day. We invaded restaurants, shops and peoples' comfort zones singing songs, giving out chocolates and goodwill. Some people on the street took a few moments to warm up to the idea of being treated with respect and love, perhaps to being noticed at all. It was not exactly random, in fact nicely organized, but the results were worth it. The following day, I went to the market where it took over an hour to get out because so many of my friends/vendors were asking about my daughter who has been very ill, and really listened to me. A familiar group gathered at The River Cafe as we do each Saturday to savor our last chance to enjoy...

stethescope-featureDear Editor,

I am a family physician. I care greatly about the health and wellness of Canadians. I recognize the incredible teams of professionals and volunteers who deliver healthcare in our communities.

It is important to remember that the federal government has responsibilities for Healthcare.

Drug costs are higher in Canada than they need to be. Despite recent research showing that a national Pharmacare strategy could be a win-win situation for all Canadians and industry, the Harper Conservatives are not advocating for this drug plan for all Canadians. We need a government that recognizes the strain of prescription drug costs for everyday Canadians.The federal government needs to show leadership in healthcare. This has been clearly stated by health policy experts, including in a recent editorial by Dr. M. Stanbrook in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ). The Harper Conservatives allowed ...

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