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Can't support Conservatives

Editor: “Snap!” Do you know what that sound was? It was the last straw breaking regarding any affinity that I might have had with the current government. I’ve had enough.

Underpass idea

Editor: $50,000 on some concrete letters to prevent graffiti? How about a competition? $5,000 for the best work of graffiti art? For that kind of money we could do this competition every year for the next ten years? I understand that concrete once in

Thank you for the support

Editor: Congratulations to all of the women who through their hard work and dedication to health, achieved their goals.

Full support for Glacier Walk

Editor: I have been following this proposal (Discovery Walk) with a great deal of interest. Initially, I wasn’t certain that a development of this nature was appropriate, but after looking further into the concept I find that I am in full support.

Quarter million raised

Editor: How do you turn $135,000.00 into $270,000 to help Japan? It’s easy when you combine the Japanese Society in Banff and The Banff Rotary Club.

Something wrong with justice system

Editor: I find it quite amusing that on page 17 of last week’s issue (March 31) John Reilly desires to see smart justice rather than tough justice.

Nay to the naysayers

Editor: It must be spring election time in the Rockies. The birds are flying back from Ottawa. Canmore naysayers are also busy once again disparaging our new Multiplex as a $36 million “fashion statement”. Well, I say nay to nay-saying naysayers.

Thank you for Japan support

Editor: This past week there was a fundraiser at St. Michael’s Anglican Church to raise money for the people of Japan. This was an incredible evening and could not have happened without the support of this community.

Urging halt of Discovery Walk

Editor: Dear Mr. Latourelle: I am writing with a follow-up to my comments on the proposed Glacier Discovery Walk in Jasper National Park.

Federal proposals better suited for Disneyland, not national parks

Editor: I recently read a passage in a book that involved discussion among three wise women who were sharing their innermost thoughts on the human element in terms of how we react to important issues.