Profile of Letters to the Editor (The Amherst Daily News)

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  • Lower limit, safer highways?

    Our Opinion - Ottawa has a real opportunity to take another step toward stamping out impaired driving, but appears to be unwilling to do so for ...

  • Supporting symbolism of Jeans stance in Canadas north

    To the Editor, What follows is an open letter sent today to Canada's Governor General. You seem to be such a warm and wonderful person, that I ...

  • Vacant buildings is first step, noise is next?

    To the Editor, Terrific news, council will finally take action to enjoin property owners to keep up maintenance on the many vacant buildings ...

  • No advocate for animal welfare

    To the Editor, The cat population in Amherst and Springhill is out of control. Recently I found three small kittens under a pile of construction ...

  • How much did Ernie know?

    To the Editor; In reference to Turning up the heat, (Amherst Daily News, May 26), Ernie Fage's silence on the future of the county jail, while ...

  • Applauding town for YMCA support

    To the Editor, I am writing to thank members of Amherst town council and the mayor for their effort and commitment to support the YMCA pool. As ...

  • Province to blame for overcrowded hospitals

    To the Editor, I was in pain and bleeding from the rectum on the morning of April 12, so I went to the emergency department at the Cumberland ...

  • Remembering Guy Brown

    To the Editor, In remembering and honouring Guy Brown, I strive to avoid clichÉs. It is telling that even former political "foes" look on him ...

  • Whose needs are being served?

    To The Editor: On March 31st I had a pin surgically placed in my left hand index finger to repair a fracture sustained in a freak accident while ...

  • EI injustice keeping cash away from those who need it

    To the Editor, A great injustice is being imposed on the workers of Canada by Prime Minister Harper and his government that I feel it must be ...