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Don’t blame the vaccinated

Editor: To begin with this is a good publication; we get it in Windsor every so often. This is a response to Merle Knutson’s letter...

Good cats are hard to find

Editor: Re: “A tale of two micro-chipped kitties,” I liked Pam Wright’s story on her cat and cats in general in the Jan. 13...

It’s time to prioritize our youth

Editor: As we enter this next phase of the pandemic, let’s prioritize kids. They have no political voice, so we adults must speak for...

LETTER: Thanks, Chatham-Kent – you did it 

Editor: The Chatham Goodfellows board would like to thank all of our volunteers for all their hard work throughout this year’s campaign. Thanks for all...

A December to remember

Editor: In December, we named a dozen inanimate snowplows. It is a cute idea but - at the end of the day it means...

Nicholls continues to spread misinformation: reader

Editor: In the past, in this space, I have supported the right of Chatham-Kent-Leamington MPP, Rick Nicholls, to defend his anti-vaccination position – as...

Epp positioned to help stock food banks

Editor: The recent appointment of David Epp, our Member of Parliament, to the shadow cabinet position of Deputy Minister of Agriculture must have come...

Vaccinations don’t provide immunity

Editor: I read an interesting letter to the editor in the Nov. 18 Chatham Voice by Merle Knutson. “What happened to freedom of choice” was...

Concert at the Capitol a memorable one

Editor: Thanks to Mayor Caniff and municipal council for allowing The Chatham Concert Band’s annual Christmas concert to be staged at the Chatham Capitol...

We must all start acting like adults

Editor: It has often been said that behind every dark cloud there is a silver lining. Well, it seems behind all of the dark...