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Letter: Combating COVID-19 comes down to personal responsibility

Dear editor, Let’s please roll back a moment to March 2020. The…

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RE: MLA Ron Orr’s column ‘Your parks will go on’

A response from Environment and Parks Critic Marlin Schmidt

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RE: MP Calkins’ article from Oct. 28 ,“Toxic plastic”

Dear editor, Regarding MP Blaine Calkins’ column from Oct. 28, please let…

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RE: Thank you Ponoka RCMP

Dear editor, I know the RCMP periodically get flak in the media…

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Re: A response to ‘Notorious RBG’

Re: A response to ‘Notorious RBG’

Dear editor, This article is replete with rhetoric. Let’s start with “women’s…

Re: A response to ‘Notorious RBG’
FOIP documents and Alberta Parks

FOIP documents and Alberta Parks

Dear editor, Although the UCP Government announced on March 3 the plan…

FOIP documents and Alberta Parks
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Letter: Ponoka is a super place to live

Letter: Ponoka is a super place to live

Ponoka senior grateful for care received

Letter: Ponoka is a super place to live
Letter: all voices deserve to be heard

Letter: all voices deserve to be heard

Dear editor, Around noon on Monday the 14th of September there was…

Letter: all voices deserve to be heard
Letter: Province needs better plan for schools

Letter: Province needs better plan for schools

Dear editor, At the present, we are seeing a second wave of…

Letter: Province needs better plan for schools
RE: Town intends to transfer Stampede Grounds to the PSA

RE: Town intends to transfer Stampede Grounds to the PSA

Dear editor: While the headline says “intends” it states that the MOU…

RE: Town intends to transfer Stampede Grounds to the PSA
Letter: Shout out to Ponoka firefighters

Letter: Shout out to Ponoka firefighters

Ponoka EMS wants to give a huge shout out to our Ponoka…

Letter: Shout out to Ponoka firefighters
Reader: Nice to hear neighbours again

Reader: Nice to hear neighbours again

Dear editor, Just a line concerning an observation I made this Saturday.…

Reader: Nice to hear neighbours again
Reader: ‘I didn’t vote for closing and removing parks’

Reader: ‘I didn’t vote for closing and removing parks’

Dear editor, I have been reviewing the government plan to close and/or…

Reader: ‘I didn’t vote for closing and removing parks’
Reader: Province’s thinly veiled plan to privatize schools will divide us

Reader: Province’s thinly veiled plan to privatize schools will divide us

This past week at an international, provincial, and even on a local…

Reader: Province’s thinly veiled plan to privatize schools will divide us
Letter: thumb up to Chin Up

Letter: thumb up to Chin Up

Thank you so much for the Chin Up Game On challenges over…

Letter: thumb up to Chin Up
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LETTER: Alberta physician compensation

‘Doctors have agreed that, with the tough economic times, changes need to be made’

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Letter: Reader says new park space planned won’t be used

Letter: Reader says new park space planned won’t be used

Dear editor, I have to express my deepest concerns regarding the new…

Letter: Reader says new park space planned won’t be used
LETTER: Our continued commitment to help keep residents informed and communities strong

LETTER: Our continued commitment to help keep residents informed and communities strong

London Drugs: We are continuing our commitment to print our flyers and distribute them

  • Apr 30, 2020
LETTER: Our continued commitment to help keep residents informed and communities strong
Letter: When the antidote outweighs the problem

Letter: When the antidote outweighs the problem

Dear editor, Have you ever faced a critical or life-threatening problem, something…

Letter: When the antidote outweighs the problem
Letter: Reader more scared of ‘foolish’ decisions than pandemic

Letter: Reader more scared of ‘foolish’ decisions than pandemic

Dear editor, “Mommy, baby bunny is sick,” my four-year-old son told me…

Letter: Reader more scared of ‘foolish’ decisions than pandemic