Dear Editor,

This latest lockdown certainly took us all a little by surprise and, as with most businesses, I was left scrambling to figure out how to deal with the last changes in the best way possible. That’s when the Three Hills Town Office called me and offered me the use of barricades, tables and chairs to set up a patio for my business. It was a phone call I wasn’t expecting, but one that left me feeling supported, encouraged and grateful. I am thankful for our town council&rsqu

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Dear Editor,

Liberty, what is it? Today we still have the freedom to write our thoughts on a public platform without retribution.

Enjoy it while you can.

Freedom was and is hard fought for. Many died so we could live. Do we take that life for granted? Do we have the ‘freedom’ today to take our lives voluntarily? Do we need laws now to protect lives?

Apparently so. These laws however are under attack. Whilst the named COVID-19 pandemic goes on, the current government is trying to pass

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Dear Editor,

I never know whether your readers take letters like the one last week (‘Let’s Set the Record Straight, Eh?’) seriously. If any do, I hope they and the writer will take a further straightening of the record in good part.

I have followed the protests in my hometown of Portland, Oregon over the last few months. There the ‘Antifa’ (a barbarous neologism) made an abortive attempt to burn down the condominium building in which the mayor and many other people

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Dear Editor,

Exactly eleven years after Canada signed the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD), March 11, the government of Canada passed the amended Bill C7 regarding “MAiD.” This bill relaxes most safeguards around euthanasia, such that one no longer has to be at the end of life to have state-approved assisted suicide. One only needs some type of disability or disease that is “unbearable.” The Bill includes “medical assistance in dying

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