Dear Editor,

I write this on a plane enroute to Toronto and then New Jersey to see family not seen in person for several years. One, a six year old granddaughter I have only seen once in person. The journey has made me reflect on how blessed I am to live where I live and the technology that has made our lives so bountiful. The grandchildren know me thanks to FaceTime, I have seen some of their school projects, their pets and even them play instruments, sports and participate in the Nutcracker.

R

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Dear Editor,

Re: Thankful but disgruntled”

I am thankful that I live in Alberta, Canada, and not in America. Canada is not perfect, no country is, but it ranks in the top ten (10) in the world every year for its democratic institutions, public health care, public education, social welfare programs for its citizens, environmental protection, political stability, etc. Whereas the US fails in many of these categories.

However, my ex-country, the US, has been rocked by one political controvers

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Dear Editor,
David and I would like to congratulate all those who had anything to do with putting out and maintaining the street flower pots this past summer. We have enjoyed very much the beauty they add to the community. We recognize they are a lot of work and want to give kudos to all those who helped.
Verna and David Park
Torrington, Alberta

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Dear Editor,

Throughout history, there have been leaders who used fear, intimidation, and manipulation of information to control those who lived under their administration. This is still happening in the world today. These individuals have no interest in the people’s ideas, views, or what they are experiencing. They make decisions based on their own interests, greed, and desires. These regimes eventually crumble. The people find their voice and strength. They come together to make change.

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