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Letter: Doctor says Kamloops deserves better from Interior Health

Letter: Doctor says Kamloops deserves better from Interior Health

Editor: The current events and ongoing crisis in the ER department at Royal Inland Hospital has brought much attention to the current challenges Kamloops and area residents are faced with accessing timely medical care in this community.
Letter: This Mountie got her man — a coffee

Letter: This Mountie got her man — a coffee

Editor: I was in line for coffee at a Tim Hortons drive-thru on Sept. 10. In front of me was an RCMP cruiser driven by a young female police officer.
View From City Hall: Healthy dialogue leads to a healthy community

View From City Hall: Healthy dialogue leads to a healthy community

With respectful dialogue, there is no defending opinions, no counterpoints; instead, you listen to their viewpoint.
Another View: A visit that struck a chord

Another View: A visit that struck a chord

Music is said to have a special place in our lives. I truly believe it.
Letter: Supporters of health-care workers appreciated

Letter: Supporters of health-care workers appreciated

Editor: On Sept. 2, a crowd stood in front of Royal Inland Hospital with signs of support and thanks for health-care workers. I cannot adequately emphasize how heartening and encouraging this was for the hospital staff.
Letter: Signs at rally were in support of nurses

Letter: Signs at rally were in support of nurses

Editor: In his letter of Sept. 8, Roger Parkers misunderstood a sign at the Sept. 1 rally in front of Royal Inland Hospital. letter of Sept.
Letter: I believe in medical science

Letter: I believe in medical science

Editor: I looked at all those anti-vaxxers protesting in front of Royal Inland Hospital on Sept. 1 because they don’t believe in medical science and I thought, “Good.
Letter: Rally at RIH was not against health-care workers

Letter: Rally at RIH was not against health-care workers

Editor: The Sept. 1 rally in front of Royal Inland Hospital was not against nurses and healthcare workers, but was organized by them. The person who coined the saying “Heros to zeroes” was a nurse wearing scrubs.
Letter: Easy to separate heroes from zeroes

Letter: Easy to separate heroes from zeroes

Editor: At the Sept. 1 anti-vaccination rally outside of Royal Inland Hospital, I saw a sign, “Heroes to Zeroes,” aimed at health-care workers, which was insulting, ungrateful and plain stupid.
Letter: Vaccine opponents display their hypocrisy

Letter: Vaccine opponents display their hypocrisy

Editor : To those who do not believe or trust Dr.