Letters to the Editor Policies
All newspapers encourage letters to the editor and intend to print the opinions of their readers with as few restrictions as possible. The Fort Frances Times is no exception.
Rules governing letters to the editor in the Fort Frances Times are:
- All letters must be signed, and the name of the write will be printed with all letters published.
- The writer must submit his/her letter in person and satisfactory identify themselves, or submit a telephone number to be used to verify that the letter was actually written by the person whose name is included on it, delaying publication if necessary to make the verification.
- Letter will not be accepted from people outside the local coverage area unless the letters are written on a topic of primarily local interest.
- If a letter attacks another individual or group, the Times will allow a response in the same edition.
- Letters should not exceed 300 words and may be edited for length and content.
On reading my issues of the Fort Frances Times, I've read with interest the idea of building a hotel on the site of the former Shevlin Woodyard.
It seems to me that Fort Frances has plenty of accommodation, with all the building additions and renovations that have been done in the industry lately.
An open letter to Ministers Bill Morneau and Melanie Joly,
The following is an open letter to the Mayor and Council of the Town of Fort Frances.
What a privilege to be nurtured in a family where the biblical views of love were so evident, cherished and endorsed. If only every young adult were blessed and launched with these attributes. However, that can only happen if we recognize that we all are created in God's image.
The word Grace is defined as a gift, benefit, favour, gracious, liberality and the divine influence upon the heart and its reflection in our lifestyle. The grace of God is a free gift. We can't earn it by good behaviour or good works.
So, some may wonder what DOES Mayor June Caul do on a Sunday afternoon? Well, I’m about to tell you what I saw her doing this past Sunday, July 5 at 12:45 p.m.
Re: Complaint Filed Against Emo, Counsellors:
Here I go sticking my neck out again.
I write this letter as a warning to my fellow residents and dog owners.
COVID-19 has devastated many parts of our regional economy, particularly those related to tourism and travel. Without people traveling to our region, many businesses have seen their customer base completely vanish.