To the Editor;

Fifty years ago this December my Father died. My Dad was interested in almost everything, he was much more outgoing and sociable than me and most people seemed to like him. Being an insecure teenager and young man I did not appreciate his good points and concentrated on his few faults. One of the most vivid memories I have of Dad was us watching the moon landing and Neil Armstrong walking on the moon and his famous words “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.&r

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To the Editor;

Re: “They are attacking institutions that have served society - Letter to the Editor Dec. 11, 2019.

Who is “the left”? Is it the same as Cherry’s “You people”? Be specific!

Funny thing: I went to The Salvation Army’s official website, and I did not find any articles pertaining to the LBGTQ attacking the Salvation Army. So - where did the author get his information? Trump? Fox News? Rush Limbaugh? Sean Hannity? Anne Coulter? Michael Savage

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Dear Editor;

An “unprecedented plummet” are the words used by the latest DART survey to describe Jason Kenney’s latest approval ratings, according to CBC News (December 12, 2019). Mr. Kenney’s approval has recently dropped 15% to a 40% approval in Alberta.

One reason for this drop is probably the firing of the Alberta Election Commissioner. Another reason is the cuts to health and education workers.

I find this very worrying for the future of Alberta. I want my grandkids

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To the Editor;
Do you ever wonder why the Conservatives always attack and cut funding to education? This is a troubling trend of the new conservative party, Premier Ford has done it in Ontario, resulting in thousands of teachers losing their jobs in the name of cost cutting. Now Jason Kenney has done the same thing here in Alberta. On the same day Kenney was at the grand opening of the $30 million anti-environment war room, the school board in Calgary (the home of the war room) was announcing tha

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