Letters - Target criminals, not law abiding firearms owners

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Recently, there have been tragic shootings taking place in Canadian cities. My thoughts and prayers, and all of my colleagues, are with the victims, their families and loved ones as they grieve through these difficult times.

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My perspective - Hay, there’s a problem

By Kate Jackman-Atkinson

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It’s been a dry summer, after a winter that didn’t see a lot of snowfall and another dry summer last year. For livestock and forage producers, this prolonged dry spell has meant that hay crops are down, way down.

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Letters - Erasing history does nothing for betterment of our nation

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Sir John A. MacDonald was a flawed figure as most politicians are.

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Right in the centre - It is amazing

By Cassandra Wehrhahn

Neepawa Banner & Press

Yes, it is amazing how dumb some of today’s politicians can be. Seems that the mayor of Victoria, B.C. took it upon herself to get all upset about a statue of Canada’s first prime minster, Sir John. A. Macdonald.

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My perspective - War on work

By Kate Jackman-Atkinson

Neepawa Banner & Press

What if we’ve been thinking about work all wrong? I recently watched a TED talk by Mike Rowe, best known as the host of the Discovery Channel’s TV show, “Dirty Jobs”. The talk is almost a decade old, but the issues remain relevant today.

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