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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 grounds...

Family vacations are better than Disneyland

I’m a mama’s boy at heart – and by the time you read this, I’ll be 42,000 feet in the air, ready to touch down in sunny Saskatoon. There is no Disneyland, no Legoland and no trips to flashy Universal Studios, and yet our entire family can barely sleep because we’re so...

Upholding western values

The Editor, 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.” Ending genocide and...

Myths about Quebec’s anglos debunked

Hey anglo Quebecers, ever get the feeling that our minority community is unfairly painted as an enemy of the French language in this province? That despite our best efforts to learn and use the language and embrace francophone culture, those efforts go unseen – or...

Without local newspapers, democracy will die

By Andrew Salkeld Trevor Greenway, in the July 19 editorial column, has done a majestic job of highlighting the absence and unavailability of our elected National Assembly representative, Robert Bussière. Most local people are aware of this apparently abhorrent and...

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