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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Dear Editor,

To: Family, Friends, Farmers and Fire Departments

It’s grass fire season, and it hits some of us more than others, and often at the most inopportune times.

On Tuesday, April 18, 2023, I had taken a few days to visit family out of town, and I started to receive calls that there was a fire at our rural property west of Three Hills. That is certainly a way of taking the joy out of being gone from home. Then I received calls of family, friends, farmers and fire departments coming

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Dear Editor,

With reference to the recent letter concerning Banks financing oil and gas projects. While I appreciate the writer’s right to hold an opinion on this subject I totally disagree with his sentiments.

Although the environmental lobby in BC has lost virtually all the lawsuits they have raised against Oil and Gas projects in the province, they have now switched to shaming and bullying banks who loan money to oil companies for oil and gas projects.

Banks should be free to loan money

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Dear Editor,

Where do you bank? Does it make a difference? Perhaps you started at one bank because someone you knew suggested a particular one. Or you found the tellers and money lenders more friendly there.

If you have savings, you might have found that one bank gives you a better return, or the mortgage rate at another gives you a slightly better rate.

But you should really know something more about your bank than that.

Did you know that the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is now the biggest bank i

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