Letters to The Editor

What will we change “depravity” to?

Letter to the Editor
0.5 of the population require the dictionary of the definition of marriage changed.

Volunteers deserve credit

Letter to the editor,
This past weekend with the Giant Pumpkin Festival and the upcoming weekend with the Rainy River Walleye Tournament, Rainy River is demonstrating why our local communities are such great places to live.

Don’t call it marriage

Dear Editor:
A little common sense goes a long way, but aparently not in the Canadian Parliament. I certainly have to agree with Mr. Longenecker.

Sportsmen beware!

Letter to the Editor
As a Taxpayer and a Resident of Northwestern Ontario, I am extremely disappointed in the recent response from the Leader of the NDP Party and the MPP for this Riding when the issue of the spring bear hunt was presented to the candidates.

Your little paper gets around!

Dear Editor,
Your little paper travels around!

Destroying the fabric of society

Letter to the Editor,
Our society has lost sight of the fact that every person living has a father and a mother whether they want them or not. Children just don’t happen any other way.

Province needs to pay its bills for land ambulance

Open Letter
Dear premier Eves:
I am writing, at the request of the Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board, to bring your attention to a matter seriously affecting all municipal taxpayers in the Rainy River District.

CCA’s position on culling cows

Letter to the Editor
As President of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, I’d like to correct some misinformation that’s been circulating regarding the beef cattle industry’s position on the issue of cull cows.

Found Doreen Lindberg

Dear Editor,
It only took about 24-48 hours after I read what appeared to be a top of the page item in the Rainy River Record regarding my request for information regarding Doreen Lindberg.

Safety was not a high priority

Dear Editor:
The space shuttle Columbia disaster in February 2003 which killed seven astronauts was the result of safety practices that had been flawed for 20 years.

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