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Letters to the Editor, June 10, 2023

Saturday letters
Saturday letters Photo by Ilustration /Toronto Sun


I hope Anthony Furey can win the race to the mayor’s office. He is trying to bring some sanity and common sense within a sea of sharks — and not smart ones at that. Our city will die if we continue on the downward spiral created by the left. If they want Toronto to be like San Francisco and Vancouver, then move there. They will fit right in with their ilk. I’m always against career politicians like Olivia Chow. Go get ’em, Anthony … with a fury.

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Bill Jamieson

(He has indeed been gaining some traction with his straightforward and common sense policy announcements)


To my dear Canadian neighbours with whom I’ve lived in Toronto and Vancouver, I am so very sorry for the fires that you’re currently enduring and want you to know I do not blame you. The climate change that the cumulative mass of humanity has rained down upon our shared Earth is the fault of all of humanity — past and present. I’m as guilty as the rest.

Candace Drimmer
Northampton, Mass.

(Thank you)


In three weeks’ time it will be Canada Day, and motorists will be proudly flying Maple Leaf flags from their cars (even more than usual!). In light of current issues with China, it might be time to examine these flags more closely — they seem to all be made in China. Do we really want to support this in the name of national pride? Please buy Canadian flags that are actually made in Canada (that’s if you can find any!).

Frances Smith

(We should be making them here and fly our Canadian flags proudly)


Re “McIlroy still LIV-id” (Jon McCarthy, June 8): Many years ago, Tom Watson said ‘golf is a gentleman’s game.’ There was nothing gentlemanly about the merger/not-a-merger announcement on Tuesday. Bob Costas hit the nail on the head with his comment: It was money over morality. Sad. Supposedly Mr. Big Ego Greg Norman knew nothing about it and wasn’t consulted. That in itself would make Rory very happy.

Patrick Callaghan

(The golf wars. Some players made their choice, others didn’t)