To the Editor,

I warned earlier this year, in a letter to the editor of this paper, that there were going to be some repercussions to the increasing problems of climate change. I suggested that people would have to compromise in order to reduce the amount of pollution that is taking place because of things we, including myself, are doing.

I said:

• We are going to have to become more self-sufficient in our food production

• We will have to reduce the number of unnecessary trips we are

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Dear Editor,

Nothing should surprise us from our PM, he has never seen A Billion he didn’t want to give to some country where it will disappear into some despot’s Swiss bank account. The latest is $845 Million to the WHO which shilled for the Chinese government over COVID-19, instead of increased funding there should be none. The sad fact is all of these funds are borrowed which future generations will have to pay back and present generations will suffer reduced services because of d

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Dear Editor,

By and large, politics is akin to screaming in a vacuum. It may be that the issues are not worth debating, I mean who really cares about road bans and utilities, chickens and bylaws? Presumably the council does, but what purpose can the council serve or how much do they really care if there is no debate and every motion receives near unanimous support? I am not writing about our county council, I am speaking of our provincial legislature. Debate is the only means by which some ideas

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To the Editor:

Re: Trochu Food Bank

It seems that someone in the community has been spreading a rumour that the Trochu & District Inter Church Food Bank (aka Trochu Food Bank) has been closed.

As long as I have been associated with The Trochu Food Bank (8.5 years), it has never been closed. If someone in our area is in need of food, that person can call the Trochu Town office (403-442-3085), and the staff will contact us.

From there, we contact the client. Afterwords, we deliver the food to

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