Your letters for Oct. 27

Article content continued First, a big shout out to the folks in Calgary – rare to see an unmasked shopper – well done!  Feeling really, really good about that until… …

Your letters for Oct. 26

Article content continued Let’s all get with the program and move forward with the young generation. It is truly sad seeing this after being a native Calgarian for over 60 …

Your letters for Oct. 24

Article content continued If you haven’t registered yet, if you have questions, or if you need help, go tohttps://www.fvap.gov/citizen-voter.Make sure your voice is heard. Peter Kujawinski, former  U.S. Consul General …

Your letters for Oct. 21

Article content continued The real fiscal problems are all these small realms that were created within our deformed socialist public health-care system. No more charity from AHS to leisure centres, …

Your letters for Oct. 20

Article content continued Theo van Besouw, Calgary Public art paid for by projects Re: This isn’t the time to fund art program, Letters, Oct. 19 It’s important to understand how …

Your letters for Oct. 19

Article content continued Claude Stevenson, Calgary Notley silent on union ban Re: Opposition NDP’s new initiative touts diversification, seeks input, Oct. 16 In the NDP’s new initiative, Rachel Notley had …

Your letters for Oct. 17

Article content continued Tyler Shandro, Alberta Minister of Health With respect, CPS can do better I greatly respect the CPS, but I think J.A. Redford misunderstands the situation. City council …

Your letters for Oct. 15

Article content continued Joanne O’Connell, Calgary Is the RCMP independent of Ottawa? In June, both RCMP Commissioner Lucki and Deputy Commissioner Zablocki completely caved to Prime Minister Trudeau’s assertions that …

Your letters for Oct. 14

Article content continued Unfortunately, we live in an age of distracted driving and walking, so anyone crossing a street would be foolish to think the other person is paying full …

Your letters for Oct. 13

Article content continued Since then, the province has greatly expanded the role of sheriffs and I assume now that the bulk of any future provincial police agency would be composed …