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An open letter from concerned Alberta doctors

An open letter from concerned Alberta doctors

To Tyler Shandro, Minister of Health and Jason Kenny, Premier of Alberta
Letter: Reader is disgusted with hoarders

Letter: Reader is disgusted with hoarders

Dear editor,
Letter: Ripping up contract with doctors wasn’t fair

Letter: Ripping up contract with doctors wasn’t fair

Dear editor,
Letter: Kudos to Centennial Centre

Letter: Kudos to Centennial Centre

Dear editor:
Letter: The UCP government has broken their agreement with doctors

Letter: The UCP government has broken their agreement with doctors

Dear editor:
Letter to the editor RE: Just an Observation: Hands off the helicopters

Letter to the editor RE: Just an Observation: Hands off the helicopters

AHS responds to Ponoka News column
Letter: Citizens helpful after a fall

Letter: Citizens helpful after a fall

I fell on a town road last week and was unable to pick myself up. I know falling can be injurious or just upsetting and I have tried to be careful. But I did it – right downtown! Lucky for me, people saw me go down and came immediately to see if I was hurt and needed additional assistance – Very concerned and I felt like crap fro falling and disturbing their day. But I felt very thankful for their help and thoughtfulness. All I could do is say how much I appreciated their actions.
Letter: ‘I am a Canadian living in Alberta. I want to keep it that way.’

Letter: ‘I am a Canadian living in Alberta. I want to keep it that way.’

Dear editor:
Dear editor: Hats off to Ponoka Minor Hockey

Dear editor: Hats off to Ponoka Minor Hockey

While travelling up the highway to Ponoka for my son’s Jr. B game (Sylvan Lake Wranglers) against the Ponoka Stampeders on Nov. 27 , I entered your dual ice pad arena facility, with each ice pad separated only by a curtain, and watched the Jr. B teams proceed with their team warm up before the game. On the other side of the ice, I watched a young peewee team go through their regular practice routine with the coach leading in what looked like a great practice.
Letter: Alberta too small to survive Kenney’s plan

Letter: Alberta too small to survive Kenney’s plan

Dear editor,