The Cape Bre­ton Post wel­comes letters

Cape Breton Post - - EDITORIAL -

on mat­ters of public in­ter­est for pub­li­ca­tion over the writer's name. Letters must state home ad­dress and phone num­ber where au­thor­ship can be reached for ver­i­fi­ca­tion. Letters must be no more than 300 words. Pub­li­ca­tion is at the dis­cre­tion of the Post and all letters are sub­ject to edit­ing for read­abil­ity, gram­mar, taste, pro­pri­ety and length. To en­cour­age a di­ver­sity of con­trib­u­tors and opin­ions, letters by the same writer will not ap­pear more fre­quently than twice a month. Copy­right in letters and other ma­te­ri­als sub­mit­ted to the pub­lisher and ac­cepted for pub­li­ca­tion re­mains with the au­thor, but the pub­lisher and its li­censees may freely re­pro­duce them in print, elec­tronic or other forms. For emailed letters, do not in­clude at­tach­ments. Opin­ions ex­pressed in letters are those of the au­thors. The Cape Bre­ton Post, its pub­lisher or pub­lish­ers, and Transcon­ti­nen­tal Nova Sco­tia Media Group Inc. do not nec­es­sar­ily en­dorse the views ex­pressed therein.

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