Dear Editor,

We have just finished commemorating 102 years since the signing of the armistice of 1918, and 75 years since the liberation of the Netherlands, in which Canadian forces played a critical role. Canada and its Allies were fighting against a murderous utilitarian ideology that only cared for people groups if they were convenient, able-bodied and useful. In the late 1930’s and early 1940’s the Nazi regime in Germany legally changed the laws of their country to permit euthana

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Dear Editor,

I always enjoy your column “That’s Life”. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on REMEMBRANCE DAY. My father served overseas WWI at Vimy Passchendaele and Arras. My sister and two brothers served overseas WWII. My sister with ATS drove truck with Convoys in Britain through Bombing Raids and Blackouts. Frank with RCAF and British Bomber Command who was a Bomber Pilot did not return home after one of the missions over Germany.

Ron joined #14 Calgary Tank Regiment, tra

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Dear Editor,

Bonnie and I live on one of the happiest streets in Three Hills, we are in a condo across the street North of Anderson Park and close to the West side. Many students walk on the street on the West of the Park, some going North to PCA, some heading South to the town school, many holding the hands of siblings. I can sit in my easy chair looking out the window watching them go by with my rose coloured glasses on. It is a welcome sight compared to COVID updates. If we step outside at re

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Dear Editor,

Continuing with my comments on health and DNR (do not resuscitate).

What do you know about M.A.I.D.?

MAID or Medical Assistance In Dying, is a legal, voluntary form of euthanasia. It was introduced in Canada in June 2016 to help end the suffering of terminally ill adults.

By the end of 2019 nearly 8,000 gravely ill Canadian adults had received a doctor’s help to legally end their lives. Assisted deaths took place most often at home, but also occurred in acute care, in hospice,

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