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School rules of the road

School rules of the road

I would like to put a question out in the opinion area of The Citizen. Question of the day: With the new laws coming into affect as of Sept.
Don't rain on the Tea Party

Don't rain on the Tea Party

I think, Mr. Loughery ("Biggest Threat to Canada comes from Uncle Sam"),that you have been watching too much NBC and other main stream propagandists.
Picture of robber shows disrespect for him

Picture of robber shows disrespect for him

I am writing concerning the picture on the front page of an elderly challenged man, and his recent attempts at robberies. A lot of total disrespect has been written re this senior, and it is been fueled by the media.
The luxury of criticism

The luxury of criticism

This letter is in response to Carol Bobb's letter in the Citizen a few days ago. Carol, you basically claim that this "homeless" man living in Freeman park is an eyesore. You don't say that, but that's what you're getting at.
Two legged Moron

Two legged Moron

To the Idiot who stubbed his cigarette on my brand new paint job on my 81 white Cadillac. On Saturday between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. at Bon Voyage Restaurant, had I caught you, you would not have walked to your car.
Light has to be shone on criminal activity

Light has to be shone on criminal activity

Re: The Citizen's position on the Munch homicide. Portrayal of the body was quite appropriate coverage to expose the criminal element in our home town.
No HST plans before election: Hansen

No HST plans before election: Hansen

The B.C. government did not have any plans to harmonize the sales tax until after the 2009 election. No negotiations were taking place between Ottawa and B.C. regarding adopting HST prior to the election.
Disgruntled Liberals can sendCampbell an ‘eviction notice’

Disgruntled Liberals can sendCampbell an ‘eviction notice’

Vaughn Palmer In Victoria During an earlier challenge to Premier Gordon Campbell over his high-handed ways, B.C. Liberal supporter Scott Nelson raised a protest against the carbon tax.
Chamber chief’s ‘diatribe’ infuriating

Chamber chief’s ‘diatribe’ infuriating

I found the business-oriented diatribe from B.C. Chamber of Commerce head, John Winter, in last Friday's editorial, absolutely nauseating. To listen to him gloat over the inevitable foisting of the HST on the helpless citizens of B.C. infuriates me.
Prince George could use another casino

Prince George could use another casino

I am writing this letter in regards to possibly having another gambling establishment in Prince George. Red Deer Alberta has two. We definitely need another one. People have been talking to me about this.