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A lack of knowledge can be a dangerous thing

RE: Long-gun registry only start of license abolition, Sept.

HST: Business wins, we lose

Premier Campbell is now reluctantly promising a referendum on the HST, a piece of legislation which should never have been implemented.

A sincere thank you!

On Aug. 28, two friends and I were involved in a motor vehicle accident near Bednesti Lake, Highway 16. After leaving the road, we struck a hydro pole and then overturned. The truck caught fire and eventually was entirely destroyed.

Don’t give credit to government for Dunster solution

Re: Dunster announcement at School Board meeting. The announcement at the school board meeting Tuesday night that the board had sold the closed Dunster school to a parent-led education society created a unique situation in recent B.C. history.

The party's over for city gangs

I really sympathize with the promoter who lost out. I am a homeowner and the value of my property and hundreds of other property owners in the VLA are substantially reduced by the activities of drugs and the gang members that orchestrate this.

HST hardship for seniors

I felt the citizens of Prince George should be aware of yet another area where the HST is causing great concern. I volunteer at the Elder Citizens Centre on 10th Avenue.

Telus service, or lack of it, inexcusable

We read the letter from Leilani Matusza. We are also experiencing a similar situation here at Huber Farm Equipment. Telus has been performing work on Upper Mud River Road over the past few months upgrading phone lines to the new poles.

A rusty mess!

What's with the rusty things in the Gateway across the street from the new accommodations for the seniors. Looks like a rusty mess to me.

Whitcombe column off target

Re: Todd Whitcombe column. Really, Todd, I thought you were more intelligent than that. To believe the RCMP is fair over the long gun registry is the same as believing they are fair when they're investigating themselves.

Some shotson target

Todd Whitcombe erroneously compares gun licensing in Canada, to that of dogs, drivers, cars, etc. None of those things are so enshrined in federal law as is gun licensing and registration.
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