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Letter: Probably Sask.Prime Minister should face new leadership contest

timing: It is clear why we are discussing this issue now rather than next month or next year. Usually this means some sort of recent development, or something coming soon.

Originality: The author has something new to contribute to the conversation.

opinion: A clear opinion is expressed that goes beyond mere analysis. The author defends a position and/or criticizes an idea or decision.

authority: The author has adequate expertise or above-average level of knowledge of the topic.

voice: The style resembles a personal essay. You are writing in your own voice (preferably not using the first person) and have not quoted other people’s opinions.

structure: Start off in an engaging way and quickly let readers know where your work is headed. An argument develops, after which the work ends with a definitive and clear note of what the point is.

Writing style: Fascinating and clear.

condition: Powerful arguments are welcome, but meanness and swearing are not. Avoid attribution of motives or sarcasm.

Using Edmonton Journal and Montreal Gazette files

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Letter: Probably Sask.Prime Minister should face new leadership contest

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