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Anjema well respected in the community: reader

Editor: I have been following your coverage involving Dr. Chris Anjema and the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons. Since the College now has extracted...

Vaccination experience a good one

Editor: I got shot recently. Don’t worry, I survived. It happened on Richmond Street, at the Bradley Centre. It was the COVID vaccine shot. Everything about...

A fog surrounds freedom of information in Ontario

 Editor: In 1990, the Ontario government responded to the dawning of the digital age by passing new legislation that gave every Ontarian a right...

Almost budget time…again

Editor: Elected leaders of Chatham-Kent will begin 2021 budget deliberations this week and have gone into them the same way they always do –...

LETTER: Stress on Local Capacity is Evident

To the residents of Chatham-Kent, The leaders of the Chatham-Kent Ontario Health Team (CKOHT) wish to emphasize to our community that our health care system...

Drugs, the other pandemic

Editor: It seem that we read almost weekly about another drug bust where people are charged with trafficking. This a second pandemic that is...

Chatham-Kent, a regional government failure

Editor: Come to Chatham and drive down Churchill Street and you will see a newly paved street with paved sidewalks on both sides and...

Public health tops right to protest

Editor: The letter to the editor from Adam Childs, “Hindering the right to protest,” in the Dec. 3 Chatham Voice, is a dangerous one....

Democracy and safety go hand in hand

Editor: Referencing your opinion piece “Democracy vs. safety,” from the Dec. 3 Chatham Voice. Do you not see the irony in your statement, “But one...

It’s not about you; it’s about everyone

Editor: I read the Dec. 3 Chatham Voice and came across the article about the Freedom Rally thinking that it has something to do with...