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Don't feed that stray, be kind & take it to shelter

Don't feed that stray, be kind & take it to shelter

Editor: I'd like to remind all animal lovers not to feed stray animals. My orange-and-white indoor cat has been lost for over a week, and I am absolutely certain someone is kindly feeding him - he's not able to hunt and feed himself.
Ladner tourism efforts must be linked to sister port in Steveston

Ladner tourism efforts must be linked to sister port in Steveston

Editor: Re: Tourism in need of champion, July 13 The article has prompted me to take a few minutes to offer my perspective as a former tourism operator in Delta.
Bog jog proves enjoyable

Bog jog proves enjoyable

Editor: I have been an avid runner for several years and wanted to thank all the organizers and volunteers for last Sunday's Jog for the Bog.
Games too good not to watch

Games too good not to watch

It happens without fail every four years.
Nothing changes if the court refuses to get tough with lawbreakers

Nothing changes if the court refuses to get tough with lawbreakers

Editor: Re: Robinson avoids jail time, Aug. 1 So much for our tougher impaired driving laws.
Spetifores found support for initial development plans

Spetifores found support for initial development plans

We continue the Spetifore family history from farmers to owners of land that became the focus of a lengthy public hearing in 1989.
Thanks to wonderful staff at Harris

Thanks to wonderful staff at Harris

Editor: Your recent article regarding the closing of the Tsawwassen location of Harris Nursery inspired me to comment on the wonderful staff that have advised us for many years in all things gardening.
Robinson is on the receiving end of typically lenient Canadian sentence

Robinson is on the receiving end of typically lenient Canadian sentence

Editor: Re: Robinson avoids jail time, Aug. 1 Surely, we should not be too surprised at Justice Janice Dillon dispensing the permissive "blessings" of crime and punishment Canadian style: .
Defendant's heritage shouldn't factor into sentence

Defendant's heritage shouldn't factor into sentence

Editor: Re: Robinson avoids jail time, Aug. 1 The sentence by the judiciary of ex-Mountie Monty Robinson is a travesty of justice and an insult to all the law-abiding citizens of Canada.
Traffic light will do just fine

Traffic light will do just fine

Editor: I enjoy reading the letters to the editor to understand and feel the concerns of my fellow residents. I am a born and raised member of this small town, and have been proud to say I've seen all the changes over the years.