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Letters to the Editor

Army life no gravy train

I write in reply to Jim Taylor's recent column, Culture of entitlement strikes again."

An erosion of principles Canada was founded on

I am reading the Sharron J. Simpson's book describing the history of Kelowna.

Why do we pay more for gas?

Recently, an economist wrote in The Daily Courier regarding the high price of gas in the Okanagan and how it has to be that high or else the people running the service stations won't earn a proper living.

No cause for alarm over safety in Mexico

With all the hype regarding violence and shootings in Mexico, we had a wonderful month there in February.

Construction pushing deer into Westside neighbourhoods

Re: March 24, Brian Mellis on the deer cull.

Face-to-face service still needed

We take the government to task about the closure of Veterans' Affairs offices.

Just say no to assisted suicide

I would like to register my disappointment in Manitoba MP Steven Fletcher, who is introducing two private member's bills to allow for doctor-assisted suicide.

We're not immune to earthquakes

I often get questions about earthquake hazards from people who learn about my background as a federal government seismologist. So I thought a short primer might be valuable given coverage of recent earthquakes.

Concerned about information sharing

Another smart meter secret is out in the open. Maybe the first of many?

Thanks to all volunteers

During National Volunteer Week (April 6-12), Canadian Blood Services thanks and celebrates the more than 17,000 volunteers who donated 210,000 hours of their time in the last year to support Canada's blood system.

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