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Jan. 20: ‘NATO is a defence alliance that works.’ Should Ukraine join NATO amid Russian standoff? Plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 19: ‘Our collective return on investment from this government … is nothing short of abysmal.’ Readers review government spending, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 18: ‘Novak Djokovic and the world got to see how Commonwealth laws are handled … good on Australia for the bravery.’ Tennis and vaccine mandates, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 17: ‘The strategy should be funded to the hilt, much as we did for the pandemic.’ Ottawa promises a climate-change adaptation strategy, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 16: ‘How does Ontario know the Omicron wave is nearing its peak when government has stopped fully counting cases?’ Pandemic projections, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 15: ‘There is a cost to the health care system … and it is precisely the unvaccinated who should bear that cost.’ Tax the unvaccinated? Plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 14: ‘The danger to civil liberties of mandating people to get vaccinated.’ Pandering to the unvaccinated? Plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 13: ‘Brilliant. I love it.’ Quebec to impose tax on the unvaccinated, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 12: ‘Open all schools with a vaccine mandate.’ How to increase child vaccination rates? Plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 11: ‘Government should take a difficult but warranted position on mandatory vaccinations. For the good of all of us.’ Next steps? Plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 10: ‘If not being able to buy booze and dope doesn’t motivate vaccine holdouts to finally get the jab, then I don’t know what will.’ Quebec expands use of vaccine passports, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 9: ‘Did I read this right?’ Erin O’Toole urges reasonable accommodations for unvaccinated Canadians, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 8: ‘If unvaccinated, privileges (not rights) to fully participate in society should continue to be constrained.’ Consequences for vaccine holdouts? Plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 7: ‘Somehow, the unvaccinated should go to the end of the line when hospitalization is required. Hopefully most Canadians would find this abhorrent.’ Hospitals in crisis, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 6: ‘We can no longer trust the United States even under a Democratic president.’ One year later, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 5: ‘Why prohibit in-person learning but keep malls open?’ Should schools be closed? Plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 4: ‘The vast majority of people who are struggling simply cannot access psychiatric care.’ Looking at Canada’s mental health resources, plus other letters to the editor
Jan. 3: ‘Ontario Premier Doug Ford is following Trump’s lead.’ On testing for COVID-19 and other letters to the editor
Jan. 1: Omicron ‘will afflict us in unpredictable ways until the world is vaccinated.’ Readers weigh in on pandemic strategy, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 31: ‘Nearly every kid on my team engaged in some sort of disordered eating.’ Readers reflect on body image in sports, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 30: ‘The Arctic is more threatened by global warming than invasion by foreign forces.’ Readers question buying F-35s to defend the Arctic, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 29: ‘Why not come up with public health guidelines that are national or even international?’ Readers react to pandemic policies, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 28: ‘The Conservative Party’s best shot of the year – its own foot.’ A down year for the Tories, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 27: ‘Unable to book a timely appointment.’ Got your booster shot? Plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 24: ‘Only the select few appreciate fruitcake.’ The best holiday treat? Plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 23: ‘Here is my suggestion: Don’t travel.’ Should Canadians travel amid pandemic restrictions? Plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 22: ‘Does a small mom-and-pop store … pose the same level of COVID-19 threat as a 100-seat bar or 20,000-seat stadium?’ Lockdowns and restrictions (again), plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 21: ‘Quebeckers have long been more progressive than the rest of Canada on many important social and cultural issues. Give them some time.’ Bill 21, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 20: ‘Where is the true sense of social and economic urgency?’ Canada’s Omicron response, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 19: ‘Ontario … has vaccines, but no one to serve them.’ Who’s booking booster shots? Plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 18: ‘Jaskirat Sidhu deserves a second chance as a future Canadian citizen.’ Should the driver in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash be deported? Plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 17: ‘Leave the debate in Quebec.’ Who should fix Bill 21? Plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 16: ‘Canadians can be forgiven for holding their applause.’ Readers debate Chrystia Freeland’s fiscal update and billions in new federal spending, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 15: ‘To force vaccines on somebody claiming religious opposition would certainly violate their freedoms … those who hold such beliefs should be free to move – just not where they can harm others, be it the skies, cinemas or arenas.’ Religious exemptions, plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 14: ‘Let’s stop threatening our friend, ally and trading partner. Remember softwood lumber tariffs?’ Should Canada fight U.S. electric vehicle credits? Plus other letters to the editor
Dec. 13: ‘Prince Charles … such a talented and dedicated monarch ready to take the helm.’ Is the Royal Family facing a succession crisis? Plus other letters to the editor