Dear Editor;

Open Letter to Trochu Town Council

It has come to my attention, by reading the Trochu Town Council Meeting report in The Capital on February 15, that a doctor had contacted Carl Peterson, CAO, about the possiblity of setting up a doctor’s clinic in the Town of Trochu. The apparent consensus of Council was the Town of Trochu wouldn’t be interested in giving any financial support.

My initial reaction is one of outrage, that I, as a life-long citizen of the Town of Trochu,

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To the Editor;

We as Albertans are reaping the “Whirlwind.” The aftermath of years of Progressive Conservative government which devolved to regressive not remotely conservatives. This culminated in Alison Redford, who so disgusted Albertans that they rejected a new PC leader and elected the NDP.

We, in Three Hills, can be proud that we chose Nathan Cooper whereas the sheep in northern AB, and elsewhere, voted for the party that has increased the cost of everything with their carbon t

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Dear Editor;
Today is my birthday. As I was reflecting on my own life, I decided to take some time to write a letter to the Editor on the issue of euthanasia/assisted Suicide.
One year ago, almost to the day, on February 6, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada made a poor and very dangerous decision to legalize assisted suicide, with the passing of Bill C-14. One year later, statistics on the numbers euthanized or assisted in suicide are hard to pin down. An October 6, 2016 article titled “Inco

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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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