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Strangers stopped to help

Dear Editor: I am sending this letter to thank the two women who took the time to make sure I was alright after I took a spill on my bicycle.

Iranian threat not just rumours

Dear Editor: Re: Political leaders lacking sense, Letters to the editor, The Record, March 9.

Changes have been positive

Dear Editor: Re: Paying more for less?, Letter to the Editor, The Record, March 9. Particularly over the past two years, residents in New Westminster have effectively changed the way we dispose of our waste.

Want to reform the Senate? Get rid of it

Canada's Senate is one of the strangest institutions that could exist in a modern democracy. It vastly over-represents some parts of the country and brutally shortchanges others.

Stop being U.S. puppet

Dear Editor: Re: Military critic was wrong, Letters to the Editor, The Record, Feb. 24. "All you have to do is to tell them that they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger.

The mystery of Telus Park

I must admit I have mixed emotions when it comes to telecommunications giant Telus. On the one hand, I pay them a lot of money. Every month.

B.C. budget not prudent enough

With economic uncertainty as the backdrop, it was critical for the B.C. government to put forth a prudent budget.

District excuses don't wash

Dear Editor: Re: School district stands by information fee, The Record, March 7. For the school district to suggest that the collection of five years of math marks is a difficult task for them is ridiculous.

Paying more for less?

Dear Editor: I was flabbergasted when I received last week our city's bill for water, sewage and garbage. Flabbergasted because I thought that we would have a relief now that the municipal garbage collection has been reduced in half since January.

Corporate tax cuts an issue

Dear Editor: I could understand and sympathize with the dilemma faced by B.C.