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Letter: Dentist

In the 1840s dentists were fighting over the use of gold verses…

Letter: Do not be silent about suicide

I was surprised at the position taken by some school boards to…

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Letter: A&W commercials misleading about Canadian beef production

Find out the facts about hormones, antibiotics, and A&W suppliers.

Letter: Alberta electricity changes a concern

Dismantling regulated system and discontinuing coal power plants will lead to high power costs.

Letter: Red Deer needs an additional hospital

Red Deer Regional Hospital doing a great job despite frequently operating over capacity.

Letter: Unite the right just a PC ploy to regain power

The Wildrose Party is a bigger threat to the NDP provided they don’t merge with the PCs.

Letter: Thanks to Jack and Joan Donald for donation to Red Deer College.

The Donalds contributed three million dollars to build Donald Health and Wellness Centre at RDC.

Letter: Are thirtysomethings falling out of love with Red Deer?

Increased traffic along 30 Ave. makes 30-something parents frustrated with after school commute.

Letter: Response to Ward-Schur’s Coyote Tails column on Riel

Riel’s leadership record differs, depending on old history text books, or perspective of the Métis.

Letter: Alternative energy needs to be explored

Not many reliable types of energy yet available to reach goal of 30 per cent renewable energy.

Letter: Notley and Trudeau ignoring Alberta’s interests

Brad Wall does a better job serving Alberta compared to Notley and Trudeau.

Letter: Response from Miller, MLA

Responses may seem slow in politics, but MLAs must follow procedures.

Letter: Coyote Tales great addition

Tanya Ward-Schur names “the seven sacred teachings of respect, honesty, humility, love, wisdom, truth and courage.”

Letter: Thank you War Amps, veterans

Honour war veterans on Remembrance Day for their service, and for contributions to amputees.

Letter: Cenotaph meaning

A cenotaph is a memorial dedicated to Canada’s war dead and is considered sacred grounds.