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Letters to the editor: Nov. 28: ‘Hurry back before three days from the United States and no tests required. What could go wrong?’ COVID-19 testing for vaccinated Canadians on short trips dropped, plus other letters to the editor

In today’s letters to the editor: border testing; COVID-19 triage; nuclear energy and green bonds; Kevin Vuong; Ontario and Highway 413; housing policy; book censorship
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Letters to the Editor — Nov. 28, 2021

New York Post readers sound off on Mayor-elect Eric Adams’ Bitcoin bungle, coverage of how “dangerous” some Mexican resort areas are, NYC’s gas ban and the Turpin children’s “house of horrors.”…

2 months ago|New York, United States
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Letters to the editor: Nov. 28: ‘Hurry back before three days from the United States and no tests required. What could go wrong?’ COVID-19 testing for vaccinated Canadians on short trips dropped, plus other letters to the editor

In today’s letters to the editor: border testing; COVID-19 triage; nuclear energy and green bonds; Kevin Vuong; Ontario and Highway 413; housing policy; book censorship

2 months ago|Canada
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Letters to the editor

James’ suspensionLeBron James, who instigated the dirty hit on Detroit Pistons player Isaiah Stewart, got only a one-game suspension and Stewart, who was severely injured, got two games? We all know because it’s drama queen James’ NBA and the gutless league office didn’t have the guts to do the right thing and suspend James for more games since he started the whole thing. If it had been the other way around James would have got off scot-free and…

2 months ago|Boston, United States
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Nov. 28 letters to the editor

Cost is too high to ignore climate changeThe science relating to the existence and cause of climate change has been settled for years — combustion of fossil fuels by humans has increased atmospheric carbon dioxide at an unprecedented rate, and that carbon dioxide (along with other greenhouse gases, like methane) traps heat, causing the earth to warm.The last time carbon dioxide levels were as high as they are now was 3 million years ago, when te…

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