Dear Editor,

It was great to see the crowd at the town hall last week to hear and question Danielle Smith. You would have to be very jaded or partisan not to realize that she is qualified to be Premier. The scare tactics of Premier Kenney, some of the other leadership candidates, the media, especially Don Braid of the Herald smack of hysteria and desperation. She explained carefully and reasonably her position on the Sovereignty Act, as well answered every question thoughtfully and thoroughly. T

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Dear Editor,

Last Wednesday we had a great turn out for Danielle Smith. She’s thinking outside the box and people seem ready for it. She’s dealing hope like a drug and Albertans are high on it. Is this a good thing? I suppose we’ll find out. The fact that most Albertans want a stronger stand against Ottawa is nothing new. Our current premier ran on that promise. The route to accomplishing this has been the issue. Danielle is definitely one to watch, she’s got big plans fo

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Dear Editor,

Familiarity breeds contempt. In the case before the courts, regarding the murder of 22 innocent victims in Nova Scotia, familiarity is one of many reasons for the events of April 18-19, 2020. In a weird twist of fate, RCMP commissioner’s last name is Lucki. The RCMP is offering an apology. Small comfort for those left to grieve the loss of their loved ones.

That the shooter had a history of violent behaviour is no secret. According to an uncle, the shooter had threatened to ki

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Dear Editor,

Ethiopia, a nation ravaged by drought, a nation at risk of starvation, Ukraine, a nation ravaged by war, historically and today. Long regarded as the bread basket of Europe, it has a crucial role in preventing the decimation of Ethiopia by starvation.

As we speak, the “Brave Commander”, a vessel flying the flag of Liberia, is on its way to Djibouti. The precious cargo, grain, will be unloaded and transferred under the World Food Program.

Volodymyr Zelensky, President of

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