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Letters to the Editor

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.

Development proposal would radically alter neighbour's lives

I am one of the Glenmore residents who, according to an article in the March 31 edition of The Daily Courier, is apparently "in a lather" over the prospect of the new six-bay carwash planned for 469 Glenmore Rd.

Getting to 'no' on fossil fuel exploitation

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just issued its latest report, a 32-volume, 2,610-page tome. 

West pushed Russia to be more aggressive

In Fred McMahon's column about the Ukraine-Russia-Crimea situation he claims Valdimir Putin would have been a hero if he had done things differently.

Who's bullying who?

Something is drastically wrong with

To know Ukraine, you had to have lived there

Re: Kell Pedersen's commentary on the Ukraine crisis, "Olive branch to Russia best approach."

Rally for Ukraine this weekend

We invite anyone interested in supporting Ukraine's struggle for freedom and democracy to attend the Rally for Ukraine this weekend.

Column accuracy bashed

Salomon Rayek's March 26 column contained statements that provide readers with distorted and uninformed views about City of Kelowna operations.

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