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Letter: Stops ignored

To the editor:

I found out that the laws, while driving on the roads here in Westbank, are slightly different than driving on the roads in Edmonton, where I recently moved from.

I was under the impression that stop signs meant “stop” no matter where you live. It seems stop signs here mean “stop” only if you feel like it.

Bonnie Barr,

Westbank

 

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