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LETTER: Abandoning dog disgraceful behaviour

Editor: To the person who dumped their dog on Morley Road – just so you know, this terrorized animal was weaving in and out of traffic trying to find the car he got dumped from.

LETTER: Racist geographic names in the Bow Valley need to be changed

Editor: The Black Lives Matter movement has demanded change and has highlighted the need for dialogue in regards to the bitter realities of racism in Canada.

LETTER: Cyclists on Canmore's Main Street may not be safe with closure

Editor: Please consider, that if we mix pedestrians and cyclists on Main Street closed to motorized traffic, it will be neither safe nor inviting to anyone, unless we clearly communicate that pedestrians have an absolute right of way.

LETTER: Opposed to developing laneway next to Policeman's Creek

Editor: A unique downtown Canmore bubble of tranquil green space is to be developed.

LETTER: Seniors benefit for COVID-19 a waste

Editor: I am a senior. I think the upcoming federal government C-19 special payment to seniors is a huge waste of taxpayer dollars.

LETTER: Concerned with overdevelopment in Canmore

Editor: I'm really wondering when are constructions and development even go to slow down in this valley. Everywhere you gaze for a moment, you can be sure that next time you look, there will be a condo or a fourplex or a big house.

LETTER: Imagine if it was your mother

Editor: COVID-19 is the invisible enemy that brought us all to a screeching halt in March 2020. The feelings, opinions and sometimes contradicting recommendations on how to deal with such an enemy were not always clear.

LETTER: Kenney wasted billions on Keystone XL

Editor: Premier Jason Kenney jumped the gun last month when he pledged $1.5 billion in equity investment as well as $6 billion in loan guarantees to the Keystone XL pipeline. He said "the current crisis calls for dramatic action now.

Letter: UCP claims Alberta doctors overpaid don't standup to scrutiny

Editor: On May 19 Health Minister Tyler Shandro addressed Alberta physicians’ concerns regarding fee cuts. Here is my response to some of the minister’s talking points: 1. "[The AMA says] government failed to negotiate in good faith.

Letter: Canmore needs to enforce social distancing on trails and streets

Editor: "I was nervous, but determined to go for a walk along the river Sunday, as I’ve felt trapped inside my home most weekend days. Needless to say, I won’t be going again.