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Chatham-Kent
Thursday, January 20, 2022

Are public budget sessions worth it?

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Sir: With the exception of Chatham, Wallaceburg and Tilbury saw municipal staff outnumber resident attendees by almost two to one. Chatham had approximately 126 people,...

Respect leads to positive action

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Sir: It’s a student’s right to voice his or her concerns to the government concerning the proposed changes to the educational system. But they...

Ontario taking cheapest route possible, minister says

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 Sir: Re: “MPP takes aim at energy costs,” in the March 2 Chatham Voice. Last fall, the federal government announced its plan to fight...

Cawing about our crows

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Sir: As the new year has arrived, once again in Chatham-Kent we are experiencing our annual debate about our so called crow problem. I happened...

Time to think spring, gardeners

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Sir: A note to all Chatham-Kent home gardeners, as you are putting your flowerbeds to rest for the winter, true gardeners are planning the next...

Barriers needed on Hwy. 401

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Sir: Recently, some of our dear friends lost their beautiful daughter-in-law and granddaughter on Highway 401 driving from London to Rondeau. Their little boy is...

Local support appreciated by cadets

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Sir: On behalf of 294 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron and its sponsoring committee, I would like to thank all those local business that...

Kind act leaves reader speechless

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Sir: I am very rarely speechless, but a kind lady left me that way recently. My daughter and I went to Flapjacks on McFarlane Avenue...

How times have changed

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Sir: I am becoming more and more convinced this is a turbulent world. Instead of enjoying peace as we should, living in this wonderful...

Animal cruelty culprits still at large

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Sir: I haven’t forgotten the cat that had to be euthanized after being thrown from a moving truck heading towards Dresden in November of...