Letters

Putting the brakes on proposed hockey merger

February 15, 2017   ·   0 Comments

First and foremost, we would like to thank the executive for everything that they have done so far with respect to the merger of our ...

A merry Christmas indeed!

The Christmas in King Committee wishes to thank all those who so generously came forward in 2016. Again the community reached into their personal and ...

Mayor responds to criticisms

Regarding the letter, “Cost of municipal building rises,” printed Dec. 22: First off, on behalf of council, I’d like to thank Mr. Shackleford for sharing ...

Cost of new municipal building rises

Back in 2013, I expressed the opinion in a letter to the King Weekly Sentinel that the estimate of between $11 and $13 million to ...

Gray Jay new bird?

I see in the Globe that the gray jay is getting our nod to become our Canadian national bird.  Nice choice! Apparently Environment Minister Catherine ...

Contradictory provincial position

Is it any small wonder that many people treat politicians with such disdain? Our neighbours to the south are presently experiencing a good example of ...

Thanks for making Tasca Park opening a success

Thank you for the outstanding coverage The King Weekly Sentinel provided for the Tasca Park opening celebrations that took place on Sept. 10. The park ...

Schaefer reiterates position on contributions

Regarding “Corporate Contributions make business sense” (King Sentinel Weekly5/26/16) and “King discusses campaign contributions” (KSW 6/2/16): There has been incomplete reporting of my motion at ...

Concern over 413 re-awakening

It is regrettable that King council voted to urge the provincial government to continue the Environmental Assessment process concerning the proposed GTA West highway corridor.  ...

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