To the Editor;

I looked all over and low and behold I found my BIG BOY pants.

Regarding the Letter to the Editor from January 16 Capital “Don’t believe everything you hear...”, How would we fund our own tax system, police force etc. Not a big problem if we quit sending money to Ottawa. With the $221 billion net that we have contributed to Canada since equalization and the $20 billion additional this last year even the fiscally challenged NDP would be hard pressed not to make Al

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To the Editor;

Re: “Abuses of euthanasia featured in Fatal Flaws”, Oct. 3, 2018 Capital.

I am all for people stating their opinions, but when they claim that their opinions are factual, and they’re not factual, then I believe someone has to present “factual” info to counter their views.

Bill C-14 was passed by Parliament in June 2016. Under that legislation, minors, mentally ill, or people with curable conditions are not eligible for doctor assisted deaths. Also, it

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To the Editor;

Should a large Solar farm be considered Agriculture?

On August 21, 2018 Kneehill County’s Municipal Planning Committee (MPC) approved a Development Permit for a Solar Energy project that covers an entire quarter section (160 acres) of “prime” farmland approximately 2 miles North West of Three Hills. There are also plans on the table to at least double the size of that project!

It is important to note, that Kneehill County’s Municipal Planning Committee (MPC

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Dear Editor;

Euthanasia has now been legal in Canada for over two years. The numbers of people getting euthanized is rising at an alarming rate, while legal challenges look to expand eligibility even more. This is not without significant negative repercussions to health care and society in general.

The first half of 2018 saw a 30% increase in completed euthanasias in Canada compared to the prior six months.

Meanwhile palliative care is still unavailable for six of seven Canadians who need it. Is

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