Dear Editor,

The big news of the day is the upcoming transfer of Paul Bernardo, convicted murderer, from a maximum-security prison to a medium-security prison. The powers that be say the aim of prison is rehabilitation. The same article stated that Bernardo sexually assaulted 14 other women as well as the school girls he killed.

He is said to be in his late 50’s, so far he has cost the Canadian taxpayer a small fortune to house, feed and protect him. In prison, they call him Clingy. He is

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Dear Editor;

It has been amusing to observe the liberal pundits and commentators gnashing their teeth and setting their hair on fire as a result of the Danielle Smith UCP win over the NDP. Don Braid, Duane Bratt and Lori Williams being just a few. In their columns and commentary, they belittled Premier Smith at every opportunity, relishing in every statement that they could misrepresent and distort. They were confident that they could convince the public that the Notley NDP was the better choice

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Dear Editor,

Today, a trip to the coffee shop yielded an unexpected treasure. As we sipped our coffee, a man shared his amazing story of his and his parents’ flight out of the Ukraine. He was 12 or 13 years old at the time. They left their home just as the watermelons lay ripening in the fields. Because they were forced to flee the watermelons rotted in the fields, as did every other crop that long ago autumn.

This man remembers his journey from the Ukraine to Germany as if it had happened

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Dear Editor,

Sitting reflecting on the eve of our provincial election. My musings coming up with a majority UCP with 50 seats, but would not be surprised to see either party with 55 seats. My musings are worth absolutely nothing and I would not want to bet match sticks let alone the farm based on them. While contemplating I am looking out my window at Anderson Park and decided that no matter the election outcome I will strive to be grateful. I walk the park daily and Friday the fountain in the p

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