Ticks are tough

Dear Editor: As a scientist, I must respond to the ongoing dialogue on climate change.  When it…

A global effort

Dear Editor: RE: Doomsdayers, March 7. There is nothing that the “climate doomsdayers” would…

‘Brainwashed’?

Dear Editor: Thank you to the Advertiser for being the means for an open dialogue on important…

The sooner the better

Dear Editor: RE: Cruelty tax, March 7. Wayne Baker says “it’s better to collectively start…

‘The heaviest burden’

Dear Editor: RE: The 2019 Wellington North budget. The budget states township ratepayers will be…

Political defence

Dear Editor: When you are playing defence in politics, you either shoot the messenger, or muddy the…

Broken system

Dear Editor: As with many Canadians I have been watching the debacle of “prosecutorial…

‘Eyesore’

Dear Editor: A big yellow eyesore – a large “Grant Transport’ trailer –  has been…

‘One-term government’

Dear Editor: The actions of the Ford government since its election victory have shown it to be a…

Avoid vacation posts

Dear Editor: After the winter we’ve endured, no one could blame a person for being excited to…

Honesty

Dear Editor: Who is disappointed in the news? I am referring to the report of the former auditor…

‘Cruelty tax’

Dear Editor: It was with dismay that I read the pro carbon tax rhetoric from Liz Armstrong, Ron…

‘Backyard’ cleanup

Dear Editor: RE: Climate doomsday, Feb. 28.  Although looking well researched and thought out,…

‘Doomsdayers’

Dear Editor: RE: Climate doomsday, Feb. 28.  Jane Vandervliet is exactly correct about these (the…

Accept the science

Dear Editor: RE: Climate doomsday, Feb. 28. Jane Vandervliet rightly lauds the science behind the…