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Chatham-Kent
Thursday, January 20, 2022

Will rail line be maintained for now?

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Sir: I don’t claim to be a railway expert. I used to love Hornby model railways, and 100 years ago my grandfather, Edmund Beecroft, was...

Society thanks its many volunteers

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Sir: April is Daffodil Month and during National Volunteer Week the Canadian Cancer Society Chatham-Kent Community Office would like to thank the many Society...

Reports lack all details

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Sir: I have encountered a longstanding issue of incomplete and subjective reports to council unnecessarily contributing to costing Chatham-Kent millions of dollars in failed...

Simple solution for bike paths

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Sir: Re: Bicycle paths for Victoria Avenue. I completely agree with the editorial, “Cycling links required,” on Dec. 20. The ability of governments, of any kind,...

Outdated curriculum column is bang on

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Sir: Re: “It’s time to modernize high school English,” from the Jan. 4, 2018 Chatham Voice. I, and many, many students for the past decades,...

Nicholls continues to spread misinformation: reader

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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...

When did the rules change?

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Editor: I have resisted writing this letter to the editor. I have resisted sounding like a whiner. But recently, what happened was really the last...

Ribfest just an enjoyable event

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Sir: I attended Ribfest in Tecumseh Park in Chatham for about the fourth time in recent years, including one time as a part time volunteer. Despite...

Letter: Water woes indicative of a bigger issue

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Sir: This is an open letter to the citizens of Chatham-Kent concerning the brown drinking water issue. No one wants to drink water that looks...

Great to see old wrecking yard getting cleaned up

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Sir: I see that the wrecking yard just west of Lacroix Street on Park Avenue is finally being cleaned up. There is everything from...