Letters to The Editor
On behalf of Mr. Bruce Martin, Chairperson and all of us at Northwestern Ontario Crime Stoppers, please accept our sincere gratitude for your continued unselfish support of our program. Knowing that it is our media partners who convey our messages each week in order that we can jointly contribute to making our communities and area safe places for everyone to live, work, and play, your contributions are highly valued by us.
I want to thank you so much for all of your help and wonderful press when we passed through Rainy River last August.
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In my opinion Ontario should make a fair decision concerning second hand smoke.
Honourable Harinder Takhar
Minister of Transportation
This past Sunday, the first serious snowstorm of the year hit the Northwest. The MTO was not able to clear the highways in a timely manner resulting in too many highways being shut down.
My great-uncle John Haas drowned off of Haas Island in Rainy River many years ago and I haven’t been able to find any information.
Chapple Heritage Committee, Barwick, Ontario is holding a school reunion in conjunction with Chapple Days, July 30 to August 1, 2004.
Next Saturday, October 25, marks the 13th Annual Make a Difference Day across the nation. It's a day of celebration - of neighbors helping neighbors. It's a day for you, as an individual, group, family, business, or organization to volunteer to do something worthwhile for someone else.
I wonder how many of our citizens and business owners are aware of the Ontario Property Tax Rebates for Vacant Commercial and Industrial Buildings legislation?
Letter to the Editor:
I attended the Walleye Tournament in Rainy River on Friday evening. We had only stopped in to deliver a banner and heard that a hypnotist was going to perform so we decided to stay for the show.
I am writing you regarding the closure of the Sioux Narrows Bridge (Highway 71) and the problems facing the economy of Northwestern Ontario. While cars can still use the bridge, heavy trucks cannot.