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LETTER: Providing support, acceptance for trans people important

LETTER: Providing support, acceptance for trans people important

LETTER: I am writing to laud Canmore Mayor Sean Krausert for his message of welcome and solidarity to the 2SLGBTQ+ members of the Bow Valley community in the Feb. 8 Outlook.
Bow Valley MLA criticizes provincial budget's neglect of housing, tourism support

Bow Valley MLA criticizes provincial budget's neglect of housing, tourism support

“I would have expected at least for us to be increasing funding to population growth, but we’re not.”
LETTER: Bow Valley Victim Services – the victim of politics

LETTER: Bow Valley Victim Services – the victim of politics

LETTER: My only hope is someone sees the light and changes the fate of our Bow Valley Victim Services before it’s too late.
Grade 4 returns to Canmore's Elizabeth Rummel School next year

Grade 4 returns to Canmore's Elizabeth Rummel School next year

“Historically, those Grade 4s were always at Elizabeth Rummel. We needed to move them 11 years ago because the school wing was in need of extensive repairs from flooring to the HVAC system, to the roof – everything.”
Îyârhe Nakoda woman charged in September homicide

Îyârhe Nakoda woman charged in September homicide

On March 1, Cynthia Dixon, 48, a resident of Îyârhe Nakoda First Nation, was arrested and charged with second degree murder in the death of 55-year-old Îyârhe Nakoda man Donald Nepoose.
LETTER: Credit union sponsorship misguided

LETTER: Credit union sponsorship misguided

LETTER: The suspicious death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny shone a light on the morally feeble decision by the Bow Valley Credit Union (BVCU) leadership team to sponsor Russian President Vladimir Putin apologist Tucker Carlson’s recent visit.
LETTER: Important for communities to work together

LETTER: Important for communities to work together

LETTER: Trust in working together is critical to accomplishing many good things.
LETTER: Important to not disregard, vilify differing opinions

LETTER: Important to not disregard, vilify differing opinions

LETTER: However justified last week's article in the Feb. 22 edition of the Outlook, letters to the editor, and protest lambasting Bow Valley Credit Union (BVCU) for sponsoring a Tucker Carlson event, it seems a bit of tolerance is in order.
Îyârhe Nakoda woman leading University of Calgary's Indigenous lodge

Îyârhe Nakoda woman leading University of Calgary's Indigenous lodge

“My whole thing is to help train decolonizers and healing supporters of tomorrow, so I think I’m in the right place to do that.”
LETTER: Alberta’s new tourism strategy falls short, to say the least

LETTER: Alberta’s new tourism strategy falls short, to say the least

LETTER: After five years of development and consultation, I was expecting much more substance from the new provincial tourism strategy.
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