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Letter, Sept. 23: “Please keep our money at home in Canada, Justin.”

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where is our help?
Justin Trudeau seems to have forgotten whose money he gives the world. , blame NDP. Canada cannot continue to fund the world during the economic depression created in Canada by the liberal federal government and its cronies. Homeless and drug addicted Canadians need more money, but let’s not forget military veterans. It’s time for these fools to be voted out.
Wayne Robertson
(Please feel free to make your own.)

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Two More Down
Sunday morning (September 19th, 2 injured in drive-by shooting) As I passed the roped off crime scene, I noticed several signs on the closed street. I remember the demo held in June 2020. A few blocks away from the scene, I first noticed the “Defend the Police” signs held up by most of the young people. I mention this because reports of Sunday morning’s shootout indicate that his two victims, a male and a female, were in their “early twenties.” Sun did not tell the story of why they were the target of multiple gunshots. Readers can draw their own conclusions.
Orest Slepocra
(The police defense is one of the dumbest things we’ve ever heard.)

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Charity starts at home
Re: Brian Lilley: Justin Trudeau speaks at UN on food security Why doesn’t our infamous prime minister clean up his backyard first and foremost before the international community? Every time he tries to be a great and wise politician in the eyes, he frowns miserably. Trudeau needs to stop being an actor on the world stage.
Donald K. Munro
(He’s our man!)

thank you stranger
My wife and I were pleasantly surprised when we stopped by Toad and Turtle in Mackenzie Town on Wednesday night. We had just finished dinner at the bar and when we asked for the bill, we were informed that our bill was handled by a couple a few seats away from us. We would like to convey to the couple how grateful we are. They made our day. Yes, there are still many real people out there.
Terry Anderson
(It’s a nice gesture.)

waste like this
$800,000 to replace two toilets the city already paid $300,000 for? If my math is correct, that’s $1 million, $100,000 for two toilets. I really don’t care where the tinkerers say the money comes from, it’s a lot of crap! , if we were contracted to service two or three times a week, it would take us over 50 years to match that amount.
John Hancock
(Runaway spending.)

Letter, Sept. 23: “Please keep our money at home in Canada, Justin.”

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