Editor’s note: The following letters to the editor are all in relation to the possibility of building a sports/entertainment facility along Barrie’s lakeshore.
I have been in cancer treatment since June of this year at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH).
I am amazed that the City of Barrie is even considering this idea.
Thank you one and all. The Canada Cuts Family Fun Jam Day 2017 was a huge success.
I am new to Barrie, and as a new person, I have been looking for ways to reach out and meet people.
As Canadians most of us (or our ancestors) have been legitimate refugees or immigrants.
This proposal to build a baseball park between the Southshore Centre and Minet’s Point is crazy.
The fact that ISIS did not directly plot these attacks does not offer me any sort of relief.
I wish Jamie Massie all the luck in the world with his presentation to Barrie city council.
Seventeen units is going to ‘put a big dent in’ the affordable housing crisis in Barrie?
This letter is in response to Rick Lockman’s letter regarding the legalization of marijuana.
I read with dismay that the Kirkup family, who donated 104 acres of their ancestral property to the County of Simcoe, “is very happy to know that this forest will be protected for generations to come.”
To begin with, I don't know how this person is in any position to judge these people. Obviously, he must have been hiding away someplace from the real world and hasn't been seeing what is going on.
Compliments to your photographer, Mark Wanzel, for his excellent, magical photo.
I’d like to make a couple of simple points about the recent reports of lower math scores in the EQAO testing, as people are apt to panic about things like this.
After 94 years, our provincial government is closing the doors of the Ontario Tree Seed Facility. Why now?
Jennifer Bush, of Suffragettes Against Silence, should read more, think a lot more and spew a lot less.
As a user of the GO train to Toronto, it keeps the car off the main highways.
As an observer of the Sept. 11 general committee meeting of Barrie city council, I was impressed at how councillors dug into the meat of the development proposal for 37 Johnson St., that was put before them by city staff.