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Hills peace and justice group giving us hope

The Editor, In response to Stephanie Turple’s “Upholding western values” (July 3 edition) and what the group Hills for Peace and Justice calls (H4P&J) “‘genocide and colonization’” (June 12 edition) As per the March 26, UN Human Rights Council’s reasonable...

Letters

Upholding western values

This is a letter responding to the article in your June 19-25, 2024 edition, titled “Hills activists rally for ‘Peace and Justice’”. They state they are a group “united by an opposition” to what they call “genocide and colonization.”

Letters

Wakefield coop members ‘don’t know what the deal is’

The Editor, Thank you for printing my letter last week (“Wakefield community centre questions unanswered” June 12 edition) and the other articles related to the Wakefield community centre [Centre Wakefield La Pêche, CWLP].  On June 6, the CWLP newsletter...

Letters

Less rehashing, more grace, trust, involvement over CWLP

The Editor, I was disappointed to read Trevor Greenway’s piece covering the most recent [Centre Wakefield-La Pêche (CWLP)] centre meeting (“Heated debate: Should La Pêche take over Wakefield centre”, June 5 edition). Although nothing in the article was inaccurate,...

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History is not being erased by weeding books

The Editor, I would like to respond to the person who is upset that the Wakefield Library did not accept their donation of books older than 10 years (“Expiry date on books?”, May 22 edition).  First, a correction: If you peruse the shelves of the Wakefield...

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