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I read with interest the recent Associated Press article, headlined South Africa sees hope on AIDS as condom use increases, having once again spent the month of March volunteering with an agency Dibanani AIDS Project www.dibanani.org.
Question: I want to manage and lead my strong-willed child properly, but I’m afraid I’ll break his spirit and damage him in some way.
I’d like to thank the person who walked off with my wallet, which I inadvertently left at a checkout machine at Red Deer’s Superstore on June 2.
Re. June 11 Advocate story, headlined Pellet gun results in arrests in Maskepetoon Park: As someone who has firsthand knowledge of this situation (I called it in), I am ticked off at what the final outcome was.
I guess the police chief and town council in Sylvan Lake don’t realize we just had the 65th anniversary of D Day.
Miriam Sweet-Wright complains in her May 27 letter to the Advocate that marathon runners were rude to her at Three Mile Bend.
The oil industry loves the Alberta government. Ed Stelmach is the best premier oil money can buy, without a doubt.
Shortly after Ed Stelmach was selected to lead Alberta’s Conservatives, I had problems with certain statements about health care that bothered me — so I wrote the premier a letter about it.
I was surprised and disappointed to see the paid advertisement in Thursday’s Advocate, placed by Red Deer South MLA Cal Dallas, apparently honouring seniors.
In the gardens of the little house near Rotary Park is located a special memorial garden for those who have passed on from motor neuron disease (ALS, PLS, etc).
Like other Albertans across the country, Alberta elk ranchers are committed to doing the right thing for our province’s future. We are proud of our families, the unique products we produce and the role we play.
Regarding Advocate story: BMO cuts 1,100 jobs after Q2 profit sags 44 per cent to $358M; beats expectations
It bothers me that the government appears to have an agenda that they did not discuss when they cancelled the premiums for Alberta Health Care.
I would also like to respond to the Red Deer College’s decision to discontinue the Disability and Community Studies Program, (also expressed by Lawrence Cardinal and Lily Breland)
I think the citizens of Red Deer should be referred to as Red Deeries, an appropriately affectionate term for the friendly people here. Donna Stinson Sylvan Lake
Regardng: Turning a new page in the journey to comfort people
In reply to Bob Scammell’s outdoors column Thursday May 28, Bob you should get your facts straight. All ATVs must be registered and insured which costs approximately $300 to $400 a year.
I am writing about an incident that happened on May 28. Our son is a paraplegic, as well as a double amputee. He loves the sport of fishing and gets his licence each year, which costs him $26, as well as a Winn card that he must get every five years.
I, too, am saddened to hear of RDC’s decision to discontinue the Disability and Community Studies Program (DACS).