Letters to the Editor for Sept. 22, 2015

There’s more to pet rescue story than may be obvious Thank you for taking the time to write to the editor about your concerns, Anne [‘Pet rescue raises questions,’ Letters to the Editor, Sept. 8]. I appreciate the opportunity to respond. Just to clarify, the previous owner surrendered Franky to an investigating officer for the […]

Letters to the Editor for August 25, 2015

Who is accountable for damage done by unruly mob? After midnight on July 24 a mob of mostly young and several drunk people gathered at the foot of Balsam Avenue. This was apparently the second night in a row a large group gathered there after being moved off Queen Street as the jazz festival ended […]

Letters to the Editor for July 21, 2015

Re: Clarity needed for path congestion, Letters to the Editor, Beach Metro News, June 30: It should be noted that the City of Toronto web site states: “On trails, stay to the right, pass to the left and remember that pedestrians always have the right-of-way.” It is important to understand that mixed use recreational trails […]

Letters to the Editor for June 30

Paddler sheds light on PTSD service dog funding Good luck to veteran Trevor Petersen as he paddleboards from the Balmy Beach Club to Ottawa to raise awareness for post traumatic stress disorder and funds for the Canadian Mental Health Association. Meanwhile, I know of more than 200 veterans with PTSD and other operation injuries that […]

Letters to the Editor for June 16, 2015

Online group a haven for cyberbullies “The Beaches, Toronto” is a Facebook group dedicated to the Beach community. As of June 3, it had 7,969 members and growing. The description for the group states that it is a “discussion group” and is not for the “faint of heart” and those who take online comments seriously. […]

Letters to the Editor for June 2, 2015

Thank you to the strangers who chose to help I am writing to thank the young man and the woman who was walking with her baby and dog who came to the aid of my 16 year-old daughter who was the victim of a mugging. Walking home from Malvern CI after hanging with some friends, […]

Letters to the Editor for May 19

Kindly acts may be putting Woodbine Park swans at risk While we all enjoy our family of swans in Woodbine Park, we may be making them sick by feeding them bread. It is great fun feeding them, so make sure you give them the clover that grows in the grass, or lettuce. Or just leave […]