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<b> Letter: </b> Teacher praises Indigenous peoples day organizers

Letter: Teacher praises Indigenous peoples day organizers

Students had a lot of fun and appreciated all the little gifts from vendors, she says
<b> Letter: </b> 'Wonderful' response to ongoing exhibit

Letter: 'Wonderful' response to ongoing exhibit

'It is the creative, caring community of Northern Ontario that this exhibition truly celebrates, which will enable the PHSG to confidently continue for another 45 years and beyond'
<b> Letter: </b> Colourful return for long-standing event

Letter: Colourful return for long-standing event

Ukraine was greeted with 'incredible roar of support' at the Timmins Multicultural Festival
<b> Letter: </b> NDP 'worked very hard' on opioid crisis in Timmins

Letter: NDP 'worked very hard' on opioid crisis in Timmins

Mother who lost her son to opioids says Pirie made a 'huge false statement' suggesting Bisson hasn't been involved with the local response
<b> Letter: </b> Annual week marked by special activities for all students

Letter: Annual week marked by special activities for all students

Catholic Education Week runs May 1-6
<b> Letter: </b> Leadership hopeful delivers message former candidate can get behind

Letter: Leadership hopeful delivers message former candidate can get behind

'I believe in hard work and this is a characteristic I look for in a candidate running for leadership of our party'
<b>COLUMN:</b> Return of passenger rail moves forward at a snail's pace

COLUMN: Return of passenger rail moves forward at a snail's pace

The process of ordering new or refurbished passenger coaches is one that can take many years to complete
<b> Letter: </b> Rail network co-chair reacts to passenger rail funding

Letter: Rail network co-chair reacts to passenger rail funding

To keep the train on track to start in mid-2020s, she says cash is needed for equipment in the spring budget
<b> Letter: </b> Open pit lookout should open this spring, summer blasting times in effect

Letter: Open pit lookout should open this spring, summer blasting times in effect

Hollinger Project Community Advisory Committee chair shares what's been happening
<b> Letter: </b> Reader questions what should come first — industry or environment?

Letter: Reader questions what should come first — industry or environment?

'The far Northern cities such as Timmins, Thunder Bay, etc. need to look at growth and development. Why would we send the minerals from our northern communities to the south when the expansion of our economy by building or storing batteries, for example, can happen here ... Made in Northern Ontario?'