Letters: week of Dec. 24

Carrier’s kind act will help widower get through Christmas Sir: On Oct. 17 I lost my wife to COPD after a long battle. We loved to sit together on our front porch and watch people going by, and one of the things we enjoyed was a grandfather and his granddaughter delivering the Sarnia Journal. They… Read more »

Letters: week of Dec. 17

In praise of free speech, religious protection Sir: Regarding the Oct. 22 story about Dr. Chantal Perrot, medically assisted death, and the subsequent letters. I would like to add my thoughts. First and foremost, I’m VERY thankful to live in Canada where we have freedom of religion, and therefore diversity. Letter writer Mary Mitro stated… Read more »

Letters: week of Dec. 10

Lamenting the loss of a threatened and unloved woodlot Sir: Regarding the Sept. 15 article, ‘Hundreds of new homes proposed for The Point.’ It looks like the end is near for a little piece of wilderness at the end of Exmouth Street. Lambton County has not designated it as a protected woodlot, and the Village… Read more »

Letters: week of Dec. 3

Kudos to The Journal for Remembrance edition Sir: I was deeply moved when I became the shared-reader of your Nov. 11, 2020 Sarnia Journal. This is how it happened. Years ago we lived in Sarnia and made many good and lasting friends in your city. In November, one of these dear friends called and told… Read more »