To the Editor;

Last week the Capital published a letter that admonished the regular letter writers for focusing on events outside the community as the writer felt the opinions expressed had little or no effect on anything. I found it ironic that the writer chastised but offered nothing positive or examples about local events other than criticism. I believe that rebuttal is more fulfilling, failing that turning the page alleviates frustration, so far reading the “Letters to the Editor&rdquo

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To the Editor;

Re: “The worst president in American history”.

I am not sure that the author of the article knows much about American history, but I do know that he has a one-sided opinion concerning liberals, socialists, and Quebecers.

He has an undying love for conservatives, and he believes they can do no wrong. He seems to have forgotten that, after 44 years of continuous rule, the PCs were no longer popular, and the voters were tired of one party rule and tired of scandals that p

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To the Editor;

Re: Nathan Cooper’s article entitled “We have waited long enough”; Dec. 7, 2016.

In the Dec. issue, Mr. Cooper is using the Fraser Institute to bolster the argument that private health is the solution to our health care problems in Alberta.

However, the Fraser Institute and Mr. Cooper fail to mention all the problems associated with private health care in America. For example, health care costs in the States are more than twice the cost, per capita, than in Canad

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To the Editor:

I’d like to thank Mr. Shearlaw for the guidelines on Letters to the Editor (‘That’s Life,’ January 18). It seems that this section of the Capital has been taken over in the last few months by a number of unpaid but semi-regular corrrespondents who use up half a page to harangue about politics and problems at large.

Yes, Mr. Trump is a peculiar choice for President. Yes, Mr. Trudeau is unpopular out here, and he probably deserves it. Yes, electing the NDP ma

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