24.5 C
Home Tags Letters

Tag: letters

Letters to the Editor: July/August 2022

Send us a letter, email, or tweet, or post on our Facebook page. Kinder Kindergarten Perhaps one of the reasons that progress on national child care is so slow, as Sadiya Ansari describes in “Child Care for All” (May), is that finding and keeping quality child care is like a five-year-long Hunger Games for parents.

Your letters for July 26, 2022: Ministers should talk to health...

Front line health care providers know the issues facing rural health care better than any manager or consultant, writes Bashir Jalloh. Angry demonstrations like the one in Kamsack could have been avoided had government ministers met and listened to health care workers, writes a local health union president. Photo by Jeremy Simes /Regina Leader-Post Merriman