Letters

Letter: B.C. should use the refine it where you mine strategy

Kelowna - “Refine it where you mine it might well break the impasse between Alberta and B.C.”

Letter: Wildfire funding problematic, should be privatized

West Kelowna - “What will happen in B.C. before and after the next B.C. election?”

Letter: Disapproving free needle use in Kelowna

“I was astounded to learn that last year IH gave out almost four-hundred thousand free needles.”

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Letter: Lack of funds yet purchasing of land continues in Kelowna

“It seems strange then that the city should spend $11.9 million of our money…”

Letter: West Kelowna soccer dome a budget disaster

“A simple soccer dome project that started at $1.5 million has now escalated to almost $4 million.”

Letter: Rental control needed in Kelowna

A lack of vacancy control results in rent increases far exceeding the annual allowable increase.

Letter: Tourism Kelowna’s inflated visitor counts concerning

The gross overstatement and misrepresentation of visitor counts is concerning.

Letter: Political correctness an embarrassment for Canada

Who is stoking the fires of discontent in Kelowna over the Chiefs name and logo?

Letter: Affordable housing plan not so affordable for Kelowna

The city has engaged in high-density development, completely oblivious to the obvious.

Letter: Taking the knee an insult to American culture

Kelowna - I feel that her opinions are rather short-sighted and inconsiderate of American values.

LETTER: Andrew Wilkinson says B.C. minister’s pipeline protest visit a bridge too far

Premier John Horgan should remove Doug Donaldson from cabinet, opposition leader says

  • Jan 10, 2019

Letter: Auditors need to account for pollution; no excuses

A West Kelowna reader discusses the problems with pollution

Letter: Thank you Kelowna General Hospital and don’t fall this season

“Thanks to Steve and his ambulance crew who hauled me off the street.”

Letter: Justin Trudeau’s spending problematic

“I know he gave $10 million to Omar Khadr because he was afraid of litigation.”

Letter: Population growth means free money for Kelowna

“Kelowna’s population is rapidly growing, and every new resident that settles here pays taxes.”

Letter: Kelowna harm reduction facility causes more harm than good

“Illicit drug trafficking and using in our neighbourhood does not fly.”

Letter: Pothole problems abound in Rutland

Who is accountable? A Kelowna reader asks

Letter: Thank you, and Merry Christmas to a stranger

A Kelowna reader wants to share the Christmas cheer