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Our mentally ill daughter was left to die | Letters

Our daughter was sent to a brutal, chaotic and uncaring place 200 miles from home, writes one parent, while Keir Harding writes about how fear and neglect can prompt aggression in sufferers We were absolutely horrified to read about the emergency mental health response in the Bradford area (70 years …

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Letters to the Editor, May 25

Letters to the Editor, May 18

PLEASE BE SAFER I agree it is terrible when a life is cut short due to a pedestrian being struck in a crosswalk. The problem is pedestrians often take having the “right of way” too literally and just walk out in front of traffic, thus risking their own lives. Pedestrians …

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Letters to the Editor, May 25

Letters to the Editor, April 20

HIGHLANDERS Re “Officials cut case over Montreal bagpiper’s knife” (Postmedia Network, May 20): How ridiculous to read that a Montreal bagpiper was given a ticket for wearing a sgian-dubh at a McGill University convocation. The sgian-dubh (Scottish Gaelic for black knife and pronounced skee-an-doo) is the small knife worn in …

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Letters to the Editor, May 24

Letters to the Editor, May 10

HEAD-SCRATCHER There seems to be no end to the embarrassment that Canada and Canadians are subjected to by the idiotic actions and statements of this Justin Trudeau person. In his latest escapade to the U.S. he tells American students that to deny man-made climate change is to be identical to …

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Letters to the Editor, May 24

Letters to the Editor, May 24

KAMINKER HAS A POINT Re “NDP candidate says she won’t wear a poppy” (Joe Warmington, May 18): Joe Warmington is all worked up about Ontario NDP candidate Laura Kaminker’s decision not to wear a poppy. But I can’t tell what makes him more angry: Her anti-war perspective or that she …

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Vote to end Ireland’s cruelty on abortion | Letters

Anybody not planning to use their vote this Friday is saying they are happy with the status quo, writes Mairéad Ní Riagáin After Brexit and Trump I don’t give much weight to polls, so while I’m glad recent figures show that Ireland is on track to vote to repeal the …

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Letters to the Editor, May 23

Letters to the Editor, May 9

SUPPORT FOR CELEBS Your statement to the letter from Stuart Smith “celebrity know-it-alls are a pain” is totally hypocritical from the Sun, which supports freedom of speech. There is no doubt there are as many daily know-it-alls at the Sun and throughout the media. People in glass houses should not …

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Letters to the Editor, May 23

Letters to the Editor, April 25

CHALLENGING THE NORM And people wonder why politicians are so afraid to take a stand. The ruckus the Toronto Sun is trying to create because an NDP candidate once wrote a reasoned article about the custom of wearing a poppy on Remembrance Day should answer all questions in that regard. …

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Letters to the Editor, May 22

Letters to the Editor, May 8

A THOUSAND CUTS I just received a notification from the City of Calgary for my annual ‘Alarm System Permit Fee’ of $20 for my small business. The notification advises me that failure to pay the permit fee may result in the police not responding to any future alarms. Should that …

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Letters to the Editor, May 22

Letters to the Editor, April 17

OSKEE EGO   As much as I complain about Marcus Stroman, I am happy for Toronto! Why? Because your football team had the smarts to stay away from the much overrated and problem-just-waiting-to-happen Mr. Manziel. The Tiger-Cats just proved that they are happy to sign an NFL throwaway who will …

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