To the Editor;

A few weeks ago, I proclaimed my displeasure about an unfair tax that was being levied by the County of Red Deer for private camping. I got such a response from not only people from this County, but from others as well, some even asking if we had a fund set up to fight this. So I felt obligated to look into it further.

I started by talking to the provincial government to inquire about this tax the county is blaming them for. I was told that the law that is being used by the county

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To the Editor;

Does everyone agree we deserve a new and better ride?

I hope to find a serious group of local people who will help strategize an approach to the provincial government for a passenger option commuter train to accommodate the growing rural population we represent.

Having enjoyed a two year residence in the big city of Calgary where I paid $15. Per year (I’m a senior pensioner on a fixed income of around $20,000.) This $15 annual Transit Pass from the City was for 365 days, sev

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Dear Editor;

Open Letter to Trochu Town Council

It has come to my attention, by reading the Trochu Town Council Meeting report in The Capital on February 15, that a doctor had contacted Carl Peterson, CAO, about the possiblity of setting up a doctor’s clinic in the Town of Trochu. The apparent consensus of Council was the Town of Trochu wouldn’t be interested in giving any financial support.

My initial reaction is one of outrage, that I, as a life-long citizen of the Town of Trochu,

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To the Editor;

We as Albertans are reaping the “Whirlwind.” The aftermath of years of Progressive Conservative government which devolved to regressive not remotely conservatives. This culminated in Alison Redford, who so disgusted Albertans that they rejected a new PC leader and elected the NDP.

We, in Three Hills, can be proud that we chose Nathan Cooper whereas the sheep in northern AB, and elsewhere, voted for the party that has increased the cost of everything with their carbon t

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