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Letter to the Editor

Costly rules

Dear editor:

To the Town of Fort Frances. Whoever put into place the rules for the subsidized day care spaces, I would like to thank you.

Through your tireless efforts to make sure these spaces are not abused, I will not be able to take my granddaughters on a holiday this year unless I pay you $100 a day for the privilege.

Humbled

Dear editor:

Canadians, I thought, were a humble people or nation with different cultures and religions all equal to equal time, not weeks or a month.

I do not support pride, which comes before a great fall. I love the sinners, of which I am one, but not the sin.

Smear campaign

Dear editor:

I was disappointed by the news that NDP brass in Toronto had disqualified Matt Soprovich from seeking the party's nomination in Kenora-Rainy River, sidelining a Fort Frances resident in favour of their preferred candidate from Kenora.

In doing so, they have smeared a good person and an active member of our community.

Disqualified from running

Dear editor

and friends:

These last few weeks have been an exciting time for me. Since announcing my intention to seek the NDP nomination in Kenora-Rainy River, I was fortunate to get a great deal of support and encouragement right from the start.

Disqualified from running

Dear editor and friends:

These last few weeks have been an exciting time for me. Since announcing my intention to seek the NDP nomination in Kenora-Rainy River, I was fortunate to get a great deal of support and encouragement right from the start.

More pressing issue

Dear editor:

In regard to your editorial about the resurfacing of roads in the north end of Fort Frances (York, Elizabeth, Cornwall, and Sixth Street).

There is a much more pressing issue than these bad roads. This issue is the inadequate drainage plan for the development on York Avenue and Eighth Street.

Many thanks

Dear editor:

On behalf of the Friends of the Museum, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who came out on Saturday, March 3 to participate in “SnOasis 6.”

The weather co-operated and allowed for a fun day of activities at the new Rainy Lake Square in Fort Frances.

Don't walk on ski trails

Dear Mike,

We have a problem at the Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club trails at Rocky Inlet. Somebody is walking on our ski trails quite regularly.

This appears to be two people, one with large feet and one with smaller feet, and a dog. These people are walking down several of our groomed ski trails at least a couple of times each week.

Poor decision

Dear editor:

I am in agreement with Roy Avis, our mayor of 12 years (three consecutive terms) and a successful business owner.

Roy Avis has stated, “Now is not the right time for another residential development.”