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Letters to the Editor

Living with autism and willing to help

I have Asperger's and run autism and other spectrum-related groups.

Immigrant truly embraces adopted home

In conversation a few weeks ago, I was asked a great question: "At what point as an immigrant do you switch your allegiance to your adopted country?"

Concerned about spending on dog control

Through a freedom of information request, I found out the Regional District of Central Okanagan's dog control consultant has been paid $78,618.24 so far.

Embarrassing episode for UBCO

What a great call by leaders at Okanagan College to step forward and make available the courses senior students at UBC Okanagan need to obtain their professional credentials in accounting.

He doesn't trust pipeline propaganda

Re: recent full-page ads in B.C. newspapers by Janet Holder, leader of Northern Gateway Pipeline - "We have plans to build a safer, better pipeline…"

Concern over carwash

As a concerned resident of Sandalwood, I would like to express the following concerns with the proposed Glenmore carwash.

Why a state funeral?

According to the federal government's website, a state funeral can be offered at the discretion of the prime minister.

Praise for program for older workers

I'd like to put in a word for a program that has been running at the Kelowna Community Resource Centre on Dolphin Road.

Research key at UBCO

In his April 8 column, "Are university students getting the education they deserve?" David Bond calls for a review of graduate education at British Columbia universities.

Make full use of our new hospital

I am concerned about an anomaly that seems to exist re: eye surgery and our wonderful new hospital.

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