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Letters Of This Type
Mohammed Adam’s article on the unnecessary destruction of a wild elk in Ottawa will resonate with many people who have expressed anger and frustration on other... more
Re: Police push back after outrage over killing of fawn, Sept. 14.
Recent incidents involving wildlife in this region show how polarized the response of... more
Published: Monday, 09/16/2013 12:00 am EDT
Re: “One of biggest hurdles to innovation is access to capital: Rickford,” (The Hill Times online, Sept. 9).
I am troubled by the number of engineers who persist in denying climate science. Multiple independent surveys have found that 97% of climate scientists (i.e.... more
Oil, a dramatic exhibition of 56 large-format, digital chromogenic prints by Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, has a story to tell.
Edward Burtynsky’s... more
David Reevely's article on businessman Brian Karam's multiple municipal campaign contributions through his various numbered companies to city councillors... more
For those who have to endure not only the legally generated construction noise from the Lansdowne site but the frequent infractions of the special noise bylaw... more
Re: Westboro's plan for squirrels: Deport them to Quebec
Humane traps are never humane. That's because in the majority of cases when an adult... more
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The Ottawa Citizen
It may surprise people to know that Randall Denley, PC candidate in Ottawa West-Nepean, and... more
Mayor Watson’s comments yesterday regarding people who argue in favour of ‘Process’ as being something people do when the they lose an argument is one of the... more
The ongoing debate at City Hall is missing the mark on all fronts. A lawn that is beautiful to the beholder is not something that the public should be forced... more
I am happy to see segregated bike lanes come to Ottawa. Segregated lanes have made a big difference to cycling safety in many cities around the world including... more