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Solving the deer problem

Letter to the Editor Problem Wildlife roaming Cranbrook’s streets and private yards, damaging private property while endangering the public. Cranbrook’s deer cull program has been…

Huckleberry yogurt

Letter to the Editor I read with amusement the recent scary tales of huckleberrying at Yahk. Made me wonder who is in my picking patch….

NDP runs into democracy

Letter to the Editor Brian Hutchinson in the National Post, Oct. 19: “Want equity status in British Columbia’s NDP? You can’t keep mum about why…

No need for council to apologize

Letter to the Editor Liz White, a founder and board member of the Animal Alliance of Canada, also leads the Animal Alliance Voters Party, a…

Frivolous spending

Letter to the Editor Six months ago we had a city election where the candidates put forth their positions. Many listed deplorable roads and the need…

Unaccountable city council

Letter to the Editor The new City of Cranbrook council is off to a sad start when they hold a secret meeting to vote to…

Terrorism, not vandalism

Letter to the Editor I see a lot more terrorism than vandalism with the long string of cases wherein a self-anointed group sets itself up…

Businessman Bennett

Letter to the Editor Since winning the Liberal nomination on April Fool’s Day 2000 with many guides in attendance, Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett has…

Wayne’s world

Letter to the Editor In his election flyer, Mayor Wayne Stetski states he will “promote non-lethal deer management harvesting.” A harvested deer is a dead…

Doctors’ errors and omissions

Letter to the Editor The election ad in the May 8 Townsman and the May 10 Advertiser by Cranbrook Physicians for Health—all six of them—was a…