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Letter: Is a ‘fair and just’ price for electricity too much to ask?

Kelowna Capital News - Sunday March 29, 2015

Why did Fortis go to court for these smart meters if they are so good?

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Letter: FortisBC spokesman says label change a clarification

Kelowna Capital News - Sunday March 29, 2015

“Storage and Transport” is not a new charge, nor does it mean you are paying more than you did before.

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Letter: What will it cost to make rail corridor usable?

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday March 25, 2015

Is CN taking out the rails and ties or will the purchasers have to bear those costs too?

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Letter: Full disclosure on rail corridor costs, please

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday March 25, 2015

Here's a crazy idea, let's have a referendum on open, transparent, ethical and honest governance.

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Letter: Irish Potato Famine continues

Kelowna Capital News - Saturday March 21, 2015

These patterns of poverty, power, inequality and food exports amidst starvation exist even more glaringly.

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Letter: West Kelowna Citizens' Survey a useless effort

Kelowna Capital News - Friday March 20, 2015

What we are not seeing from council is an attempt to refine the questions to provide the clarity they want …

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Letter: Concern over B.C. personal tax exemption

Kelowna Capital News - Sunday March 22, 2015

This increase of 400,000 people [no longer paying B.C. income tax] in 14 years is not something for a government to brag about…

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Letter: Huge homes going up in Cedar 'Park' location

Kelowna Capital News - Friday March 20, 2015

How did the builders get the permits? Transparency, please. Give me, and all the citizens, an honest answer.

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Letter: Local business shows compassion

Kelowna Capital News - Saturday March 21, 2015

Thanks again management of the local Mediterranean Market for your compassion.

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Letter: Anti-terrorism Bill-51 will share your private info

Kelowna Capital News - Friday March 20, 2015

The bill is ineffective because it will lead to dragnet surveillance and information sharing on innocent Canadians…

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Letter: RDCO dog control out of control

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday March 19, 2015

I am paying for dog control, but not getting anything for my money.

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Letter: FortisBC billing ‘manipulative’

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday March 19, 2015

For February I used only $29.87 worth of gas, yet my total bill is $98.97. That’s 70% of add-ons of the actual gas I used.

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Letter: Mothers deserve public's support while breastfeeding

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday March 18, 2015

This pressure to hide away is killing breastfeeding relationships everywhere.

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Letter: FortisBC says keeping old meter 'not an option.'

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday March 18, 2015

…customers who prefer to receive an advanced meter with the wireless signals disabled…(will pay) the associated fees…

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Letter: Continue to dam rivers or invest in alternative power sources

Kelowna Capital News - Thursday March 19, 2015

In reviewing the case BC Hydro made…the review panel identified several flaws that led to a bias toward a Site C option.

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Letter: Privatizing hospital laundries ‘would be disastrous’

Kelowna Capital News - Wednesday March 18, 2015

I am fighting to keep our laundry service in-house…How much more do we, the public, the working poor, taxpayers need to sacrifice?

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Letter: Home valuations have gone wacky

Kelowna Capital News - Friday March 13, 2015

Doing some basic math, my (BC Asessment) building value had risen 56 per cent and my land value had gone down 5.3 per cent.

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Letter: Immigration policies need quality of life debate

Kelowna Capital News - Friday March 13, 2015

It's a fallacy to use an expected influx of a million more newcomers to Vancouver by 2040 as a valid argument for transit upgrades.

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Letter: Smart to leave engineering to engineers

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday March 10, 2015

The power level of a smart meter more than a few feet away, is thousands of times lower than that of a cellphone placed against one’s head.

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Letter: Local business puts people before profit

Kelowna Capital News - Tuesday March 10, 2015

I certainly don’t expect a business to reach out and support [a drug addicted] individual but this man astonished me…

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