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Letter: Currency should stay under government control

Kelowna Capital News - Friday February 12, 2016

We can see what happened when our petroleum and electrical power came into private enterprise.

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Letter: Years before benefit of military training felt

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday February 11, 2016

The oppressed peoples of the region…best hope is the pointy end of the guns and bombs raining down on ISIL.

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Letter: Attacked by dog in Beasley Park

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday February 10, 2016

I was traumatized by this event, both physically and emotionally. It is evident dogs do not belong in public parks.

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Letter: KCN publishes a stand-out edition

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday February 10, 2016

I always appreciate reading about my city, but this edition seems to have really stood out.

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Letter: Value of ALR is in fertility of the land

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday February 10, 2016

An RV park doesn’t at all support agriculture, it merely replaces it on valuable food-growing land.

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Letter: Big power bill explanation 'ludicrous'

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday February 10, 2016

These meters are so smart it appears they can circumvent anything.

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Letter: Pet peeves about other driver

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday February 10, 2016

…when the green arrow appears three to five seconds goes by…10 cars could have [also turned] they been paying attention.

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Letter: So much to think about while taking a walk

Kelowna Capital News - Friday February 5, 2016

Poor quality paving, daytime running lights, Alberta licence plates.

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Letter: Junior hockey players toil in 'unpaid servitude'

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday February 4, 2016

Certainly any of the minors and parents indentured into the system dare not complain, without fear of exile and banishment.

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Letter: Dog park statistics 'misleading'

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday February 3, 2016

It is no comfort to dog owners to know that they can walk their dog on leash in Knox Mountain Park…when their local park prohibits them…

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Big power bills explained: Digital meter more efficient than old meter

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday February 2, 2016

…the customer should be thankful that they have been paying less than they should have for many years prior to the meter replacement.

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Letter: Fintry Queen part of our heritage

Kelowna Capital News - Saturday January 30, 2016

In heritage it is the community who determine if something has heritage value.

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Letter: Good farm income means healthy local economy

Kelowna Capital News - Saturday January 30, 2016

Every dollar [farmers] earn is a boost to our economy.

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Letter: Liberals move away from ‘Canada’s traditional peacekeeping role’

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday January 28, 2016

Parties in the election reaffirmed their approval of NATO, the nuclear weapon-wielding military alliance now [nearing] Russia's borders.

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Letter: Death benefits with bite

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday January 28, 2016

Extrapolate the B.C. death figure and that annual worth [of deceased's gold crowns] is more than $433,000.

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Letter: HOV lanes in Kelowna a joke

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday January 28, 2016

…could the government stop wasting money until the economy recovers and we can afford to give you extra money to waste?

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Letter: Politicians should listen to medical pot patients

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday January 28, 2016

The federal [Harper gov't] committee was told, by patients, they preferred acquiring cannabis through compassion clubs, dispensaries.

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Letter: Learn from Winnipeg water story

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday January 26, 2016

…the invasion of zebra mussels which, if it gets really bad, will be the end of the lake as we know it.

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Letter: Council turns back on Kelowna history

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday January 27, 2016

[Fintry Queen] was an encouraging incentive and an asset to Kelowna’s tourism industry.

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Letter: Privatized power leads to spike in bill

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday January 26, 2016

…these companies continue to rip customers off with the non-existence of any competition to turn to.

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