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Letters to the Editor

Patiogate not a good start to summer

Posted on 16 June 2021

Editor:As I saw elected officials ignoring their own rules in patiogate, I could not help but think of all of those who have felt the… Read More »

COVID hindering children’s ability to learn

Posted on 16 June 2021

Editor:As Covid-19 persists so does the education crisis that threatens the loss of learning for an entire generation of children. Rather than serving as an "equalizer"… Read More »

‘Social Experiment’ damage in undeniable

Posted on 9 June 2021

Editor:Explaining the many negative impacts of the Trudeau liberal policies of the past 5 ½ years has been a full-time challenge.  However, the unmitigated disaster… Read More »

Horse riding group disappointed with Trout Pond council decision

Posted on 22 April 2021

Editor:I am unsure if the people of Taber are aware Taber town council voted against allowing horseback riding in the river bottom area between the… Read More »

No family should ever feel unsafe: rural crime an issue for Foothills MP

Posted on 7 April 2021

Editor:No family should ever feel unsafe in their home, but rural crime remains a critical issue across Alberta and certainly in Foothills.My Conservative colleagues and… Read More »

Steele: Keystone XL is worth fighting for

Posted on 17 March 2021

Editor:On March 4, 2019 â€" an election year â€" Prime Minister Trudeau stood and emphatically stated "I will always fight for Canadian jobs."Recently, the Canadian… Read More »

Carbon emissions still should be a priority

Posted on 10 March 2021

Editor:As an Albertan (living in Calgary) I've been becoming increasingly concerned with our carbon emissions. Particularly the easily avoided ones associated with electricity production.In Ontario,… Read More »

Defending Alberta firearms owners and their property rights

Posted on 4 March 2021

Editor:Alberta's government is committed to protecting the property rights of responsible Alberta firearms owners. Unfortunately â€" with the recent introduction of nonsensical, made-in-Toronto firearms legislation… Read More »

Covid kills children in an indirect way

Posted on 4 March 2021

Editor:For the first time in 20 years, we are losing progress on ending extreme poverty.  The devastating secondary effects of COVID are widening the gaps… Read More »

Imagining the universe — another look

Posted on 17 February 2021

Editor:The article by Neel Roberts in the 5 February 2021 issue of Prairie Post provided an overview on how large the universe is. To comprehend… Read More »

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