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Letter: Who owns stolen shopping carts?

Kelowna Capital News - Friday December 2, 2016

"Being enablers does not seem to reduce the homeless problem. Our civic leaders are grasping at straws."

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Letter: Gov't 'a great financial milking machine'

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday December 1, 2016

For seniors like me, you wind up in a mobile home with an old truck and a pension that doesn't cover your living needs.

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Letter: Use reliable info to assess safe injection sites

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday December 1, 2016

"…it’s important for us to put aside our emotional response, at least long enough to analyze the facts."

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Letter: Stepping over the problem

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday November 30, 2016

In response to Kelowna council's decision to ban the homeless from sleeping on the streets.

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Letter: Distracted driver changes another's life

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday November 30, 2016

Had I seen the driver approaching from my rear-view mirror, there was nothing I could have done to avoid this accident.

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Letter: Needless suffering for the poor

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday November 30, 2016

Sidewalk sleeping ban: "This will do wonders for the city’s reputation as a progressive place with a sunny disposition."

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Letter: Front-line workers support safe injection sites

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday November 29, 2016

Safe Injection Facilities do not increase street crime; reliable studies show … a significant decrease in vehicle-break in.

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Letter: Trump protesters don't speak for all Canadians

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday November 29, 2016

"The very benefits the protesters are enjoying by being free to protest, they are railing against. How oxymoron."

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Letter: Low settlement for soft tissue injuries hurt lawyers' bottom line

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday November 29, 2016

The cost of our insurance premiums consistently increase dramatically … the larger the settlement the more money lawyers make.

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Letter: No need for tourist centre to be on water's edge

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday November 29, 2016

Stop telling us that you need [a tourist information centre] on the waterfront.

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Letter: Time to sound 'taps' on first past the post

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday November 24, 2016

Next election should be a truly fair and democratic one where every single vote can truly make a difference.

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Letter: PC opinions 'resulted in Trump election'

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday November 23, 2016

Canadians will … be called upon to address our more sensitive counterparts with … “zhe”, “zu”, “they” instead of “he” and “she.”

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Letter: Transit is an essential service

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday November 23, 2016

To me [transit is] an essential service. It's not a question of 'Oh well, I'll find another way.' That's getting harder and harder to do.

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Letter: World order replaced by chaos

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday November 22, 2016

World order has broken down … centres of social authority have been undermined.

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Letter: Stolen bike a teaching experience

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday November 22, 2016

I used [my stolen bike] to talk about the values of honesty, respect for self and others, and caring for people who don't have enough.

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Letter: Rose Valley water quality a strain for families

Kelowna Capital News - Monday November 21, 2016

Asking for provincial and federal help to deal with cost and stress of living for months under Rose Valley water quality advisory.

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Letter: PM should stick to 'green technology'

Kelowna Capital News - Monday November 21, 2016

The PM should stick to his guns, move forward with clean-tech pioneers like China, Europe and India.

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Letter: More background needed on transit strike

Kelowna Capital News - Sunday November 20, 2016

What is the motivator for First Canada to settle the strike? Who can the voters punish if the strike goes on for a long time?

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Letter: Americans 'were voting for the lesser of two evils'

Kelowna Capital News - Monday November 21, 2016

Who do Americans choose: Someone with 30 years experience to get it right, and never has; or a newbie with no political experience?

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Letter: Politicians more concerned with re-election than resolving transit strike

Kelowna Capital News - Monday November 21, 2016

They are too busy giving goodies right and left to save their bacon, or should I say caviar?

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