Letters Jan. 25, 2013

Letter to the editor
Re:The greatest swindle in Toronto’s history (Jan. 11)

If the colonial British had did in 1713 what you advocate in your opinion piece “The Toronto Purchase” and opted for mutual respect, and set aside their foremost God Greed, this country would not be having the racist rooted problems it is having with our people today,which is costing it billions of dollars annually – great piece. White supremacist racism is short sighted, very costly and not profitable, sharing is long range profitable for all.
– Mi’kmaw Elder, Dr. Daniel N. Paul, C.M., O.N.S.

Letter from the editor
Re: Every issue of The Dialog (yes all of them!)

Thanks for reading The Dialog, I figure if you are taking the time to read this newspaper, you probably have some opinions on the articles we publish. Well, why not let us know they are? Don’t be shy, we want to hear from you and will publish letters on topics that you are fired up about, regardless if they are covered in this issue or not. We will edit for space and won’t publish hate-speech or anonymous letters but other than that you can write us at: sapccoord@georgebrown.ca or comment on our website.- Mick Sweetman, Managing Editor


Letters Jan. 25, 2013