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Letters to the Editor

The provincial election can’t come soon enough for one voter

Posted on 17 April 2023

Editor: On January 2, 2021 Donald Trump made the infamous call to State of Georgia Secretary of State Mr. Raffensperger to find him some votes… Read More »

Premier rules with an iron fist

Posted on 21 December 2022

Editor: There were many women in the past that ruled with an Iron fist including Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May of Great Britain and now Danielle… Read More »

Consumption of animals for food needs to stop

Posted on 12 October 2022

Editor: I just learned about World Day for Farmed Animals, coming up on Oct. 2 (Gandhi’s birth date). It has been around since 1983 and… Read More »

Changing of the monarchs should be respected

Posted on 28 September 2022

Editor: In 1947 when I attended Brush Valley school our teacher, B.M. Hladyboroda, instructed us to sing “God Save the King” for the reigning King… Read More »

Parole board decisions questionable

Posted on 13 September 2022

Editor: I realize that parole boards have a very tough job. I realize that they are normally selected by Provincial Solicitor Generals and Ministers of… Read More »

Media should not publish names of those charged until convicted

Posted on 13 September 2022

Editor: I, too, believe in the mass-murder suspects' guilt. Nevertheless, whenever I hear how relieved people are when somebody is charged with a reviled crime… Read More »

MP Report: Here to serve you

Posted on 7 September 2022

Editor: As the days of summer come to a close and with seasonal changes in the air, there is also a shift in my commitments… Read More »

Poilievre platform based on notion that many Canadians are gullible

Posted on 22 June 2022

Editor: After listening to Mr. Poilievre during the debate and reading more about his platform it appears that he is trying to take a page… Read More »

Shandro: No disrespect to RCMP, but Alberta needs its own police force

Posted on 22 June 2022

 Editor: To keep our communities safe and to protect our way of life, Alberta needs police services that are well managed, properly resourced, and accountable… Read More »

High gas prices hurting the spoiled affluent portion of society

Posted on 15 June 2022

Editor: A silver-lining could be extracted from the high gas prices via less gratuitous fuel waste. For one thing, I often observe parked vehicles idling… Read More »

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