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Fraser Institute uses stats for 'Tea Party ideology'

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 28, 2014

The analysts admit, taxes help fund important government services. But then Tea Party ideology creeps in.

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Letter: Grade 12 student considers her future

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 28, 2014

Like thousands of other Grade 12s…I have planned my year according to my future goals, and have no room left for ‘adjustments.’

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Letter: Equal access to quality education for all B.C. children

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday August 27, 2014

I want my kids back in school on Tuesday as much as any other parent, but not at the expense of the kids that stand to lose the most.

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Letter: We pay for electric car fill-ups–and more

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 26, 2014

BC Hydro (seems to) feel that if they ignore us paying customers, it really doesn’t matter what they do or who pays.

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Letter: Difficult to adapt to bus route change

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 26, 2014

Sadly, city officials did not seem to care about the change (in transit route) or how it would affect people…

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Letter: Gov’t dictates to citizens how it’s going to be

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 26, 2014

Our present political representatives, both provincial and federal, are doing very little…to address our needs and concerns.

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Letter: City controls the message

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 26, 2014

I understand that soon after a municipal election, new council members are informed the city has only one employee.

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Letter: Writer predicts Rutland hall is ‘doomed’

Kelowna Capital News - Friday August 22, 2014

In my opinion, the Rutland Hall building will be condemned in the near future.

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Letter: Councillor not doing enough for Rutland

Kelowna Capital News - Friday August 22, 2014

(Zimmermann) should be fighting for funds to improve the park and the hall. It doesn’t have to be done all at once…

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Letter: Mishandled case leaves Tran family to mourn forever

Kelowna Capital News - Friday August 22, 2014

The case was poorly handled, at the very least, and the Tran family was left with no sense of closure.

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Letter: Fletcher’s column on ALR ‘illogical’ and in bad taste

Kelowna Capital News - Friday August 22, 2014

To top off confusion with bad taste, Fletcher mocks MLA Lana Popham’s photo…

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Letter: Respect goes both ways

Kelowna Capital News - Friday August 22, 2014

This is a beautiful city to be enjoyed by all and we should all respect that.

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Letter: Who pays for electric car ‘fill-up’?

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 21, 2014

Ask a hydro customer why, if we don’t have an electric car, are we are funding this station.

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Letter: On traffic speed traps and senior drivers

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 21, 2014

The local constabulary like to set up at the bottom of Bridge Hill and reel in hundreds every day.

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Letter: Grateful for pay-it-forward kindness

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 21, 2014

We promise that we also will pay it forward and likewise delight someone.

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Letter: Kelowna Hospice House food not the best

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday August 21, 2014

It is a place of perfection…but criticism of the food…very valid.

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Letter: Just say ‘no’ and close your door

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 19, 2014

Let the Mormons or Catholics or whatever faith practice freedom of religion and freedom of speech…

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Letter: Young missionaries happy to share, happy to move along

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 19, 2014

Hopefully, you will see that there is nothing to fear from crossing paths with these fine young people.

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‘Held accountable for ignorance in religion’

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 19, 2014

A person who has a good mind, and then chooses not to use it…could end up being one of the unfaithful…

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Prostelytizing for the end to religions

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday August 19, 2014

If it were not for archaic religious beliefs both sides could share the land in peace.

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