Dear Editor;

I am proud to be part of Operation Legacy, in which members and graduates of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program pass on the Remembrance message to the younger generation. As Remembrance Day is fast approaching, I would like to pay special tribute to all men and women who have served in Canada’s military, and especially those who lost a limb or limbs in war.

I was born missing my right leg above the knee, and have learned to overcome this challenge thanks to programs pu

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To the Editor;

The Alberta legislature resumed sitting this week. Premier Notley has stated that they will be pushing their agenda of carbon taxes, shutting down the coal fired power plants and subsidizing solar and wind power generation. They have no stated plan to help the hurting private sector but have stated that the public sector need not fear any cutbacks. David Eggen, the Education Minister, at a press conference celebrating the installation of solar panels on a school said, “we ar

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Dear Editor;

I would like to thank a recent writer for his interesting opinions concerning The Gaza Strip.

While opinions are creative and interesting, I tend to deal more with facts.

#1 – Gaza is next door to Egypt as well as Israel, so why did they only blame Israel for the blockade? Is there a reason Egypt is part of the blockade?

#2 – In 2007 Hamas took over control of Gaza (which resulted in the blockade). The main objective of Hamas is the destruction of Israel, eight million p

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To the Editor;

Many Thanks to the Royal Canadian Legion. I grew up in a military family, married a military man and have a son who is a British military veteran. So much emotion is involved in military ceremonies and over the years they have gotten more difficult to attend. My husband and I usually go quietly to the cenotaph, with a few others, and pay our respects.

Despite the fact that the military has been a huge part of my life, I had no idea how much the Royal Canadian Legion did on behalf

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