Letters

Letter: Pets are not food, they’re family

Kelowna - “Over the past three years, I have saved eight pups from the dog meat industry.”

Letter: An ongoing ode to President Donald Trump

One Kelowna writer uses lyrics to tell his messages

LETTER: Fletcher forgets B.C. Liberals’ ‘weasel party’ at legislature

Salary escalation occurred under Gordon Campbell’s watch

  • Feb 12, 2019

LETTER: Western Forest Products remains focused on B.C. employment

$350 million invested on B.C. coast in last six years, CEO says

  • Feb 11, 2019
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Letter: Kelowna could use radar to stop speeders

“I know it would be expensive but something needs to be done to stop the speeding.”

Letter: Look to marginalized in Venezuela instead of leaders

Kelowna - “It’s not hard to see why people are confused about the coup attempt in Venezuela.”

Letter: Dog licence in Kelowna has little value except for the salaries it pays

“What a wonderful organization dog control has, just raise the licence fees.”

Letter: Kelowna dog ownership only for the elites

“There was once a time when you did not have to be rich to afford a pet in this community.”

Letter: Be part of the solution to end homelessness, not the problem

“I would like to take this opportunity to talk about my experience with the homeless… of Kelowna.”

Letter: Warning Kelowna drivers to be aware of winter cyclists

It may be cold outside, but some cyclists are sticking to their bikes

Letter: Kelowna not listening to neighbourhood concerns on supportive housing project

“Most owners believe they have no say in how our community will look going forward.”

Letter: Surgery wait lists have been a big problem

Supporting other’s arguments about the wait lists at Kelowna General Hospital

Letter: Opposing Agassiz Road homeless project

“Just to be clear, we didn’t oppose the facility, as there is a need to do something…”

Letter: Coscto’s moving so we will pay for council’s decisions

There goes the tax dollars, according to one Kelowna reader

Letter: Have Kelowna councillors driven in the HOV lane?

How often does Coun. Gail Given drive on Highway 97 without any passengers?