Dear Editor;

I am a blue-collar worker - a guy who gets his hands dirty on a daily basis - and I have a question for my fellow blue-collar workers:

At what point are we going to speak up and say to our governments, “ENOUGH!”?

We know that many politicians don’t support us, or the efforts of our families. Instead, they cling to their ideologies and misplaced personal beliefs, and then use these screwy values systems to control our lives.

All this political correctness is wearing

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To the Editor:

Although very few politicians view the Bible as a valid guide, it appears the NDP have secretly taken some advice from its pages. I would like to direct your attention to Luke chapter 16 where we find the story of a property manager who, when he knew that he was about to be fired for wasting money, devised a shrewd survival plan. He reasoned that if he used siphoned off company money to make personal friends of the company clients, these friendships could serve him well in the fut

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To the Editor;

Right now, the federal government is reviewing the Navigation Protection Act—that’s the law that should give all Canadians the right to paddle up and down this land’s waterways. That right is very important to me.

In recent years, 99% of Canada’s waterways lost navigation protection under the act. Unless our waterways have full legal protection we’ll all lose our right to enjoy and play in streams, rivers, lakes and oceans.

Even worse, when waterways

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To the Editor;

Re: Several issues that our politicians need to work on.

One: Our Federal Minister of Justice proposes to cure the problem of intoxicated drivers by lowering the legal limit from 80 milligrams to 50 milligrams. Not going to work. Why? Despite all the warnings about drinking and driving, intoxicated drivers are killing, on average, 4 Canadians per day and injuring at least 100 more.

I have written to my MLA Nathan Cooper and to my MP Kevin Sorenson before about this issue. Until th

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