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Editor: Re: Respect, don't destroy, the local wildlife, letter to the editor, Dec.

No need for hunting as a sport

Editor: Re: Respect, don't destroy, the local wildlife, letter to the editor, Dec. 30 How utterly repulsed I was to learn of the multiple "hunters" trolling the South Arm of the Fraser River.

Hunters help balance the environment

Editor: Re: Respect, don't destroy, the local wildlife, letter to the editor, Dec. 30 I would like to point out that waterfowl in the delta have been a problem to the farmers' crops and the foreshore for quite a while now.

Ventures have bright outlook

It might not be readily apparent to look at me, but I'm a bit of a mall expert.

Paying more attention to how we live can benefit the system

I have mixed feelings as the end of the Christmas break and the year come to an end. I will miss wearing slippers for a good portion of the day and I will miss hangin' with the family.

Overpass not for farmers

Editor: Re: Deltaport Way crossing made easier with $9M overpass, Dec. 21 Recently an overpass at 41B and the Deltaport causeway was completed and with great fanfare.

Respect, don't destroy, the local wildlife

Editor: I have lived in Tsawwassen for the past 20 years and I love the Delta area. It is especially beautiful right now with the birds amongst us in Boundary Bay, in particular, the snowy owls.

Spare the animals by creating culverts under Perimeter Rd

Editor: Over the past 25 years while living in Tsawwassen, I have seen a lot of road kill on Highway 17. The saddest sight was a squashed mother duck next to the median, surrounded by a bunch of chicks not knowing what to do next.

As kids get older, it's time to rethink Christmas tradition

It seemed like a great idea at the time. When our son was born, for his first Christmas we got him a huge stocking. We had a lot of fun putting him in it and taking pictures.

Civic push needed on waterfront

I'm still in that I'llbelieveitwhenI-see-it stage, but it's looking more and more like redevelopment of the Ladner waterfront is beginning to take shape.