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Dyer: Inequality remains China’s fundamental failure

Dyer: Inequality remains China’s fundamental failure

Equality was the goal that allegedly justified all the killing and oppression, but equality is farther away than ever.
Letter: Perhaps hospitals should have the 'freedom' to deny sick anti-vaxxers entry

Letter: Perhaps hospitals should have the 'freedom' to deny sick anti-vaxxers entry

Editor: For some inexplicable reason, other than their “freedom,” as they call it, there are protesters who are anti-mask and anti-vaccine.
Letter: Time to recognize science related to vaccines

Letter: Time to recognize science related to vaccines

Editor: Those of us who have been vaccinated don’t care whether you get vaccinated.
Letter: Should those who refuse to be vaccinated be covered by public health plan?

Letter: Should those who refuse to be vaccinated be covered by public health plan?

Editor: I have home insurance, which covers almost every eventuality. I also have health insurance, which also covers almost eventuality.
Dyer: Keeping the elephants away in Afghanistan

Dyer: Keeping the elephants away in Afghanistan

The final ignominious departure of Western military forces does not signify an increased risk of international terrorist attacks from Afghanistan.
Letter: Conservative candidate responds to climate change-related query from KTW letter writer

Letter: Conservative candidate responds to climate change-related query from KTW letter writer

Editor: Re: Linda Davidson’s letter of Aug.
Letter: The vaccination card debate — no jab, no party time

Letter: The vaccination card debate — no jab, no party time

Editor: As is becoming apparent, the screws are slowly being tightened on anti-vaxxers.
Letter: The vaccination card debate — totalitarianism is coming

Letter: The vaccination card debate — totalitarianism is coming

Editor: I do not agree with requiring proof of vaccination for any reason. It is a person’s right to decide on receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. There has been much financial harm to the small business community.
Letter: The vaccination card debate — the choice is yours

Letter: The vaccination card debate — the choice is yours

Editor: It has been reported that two-thirds of Royal Inland Hospital emergency room nurses have left their jobs or may have quit the profession altogether.
Letter: The vaccination card debate — coercion should not be needed

Letter: The vaccination card debate — coercion should not be needed

Editor: Coercing people to have a medical procedure is illegal in Canada. It is considered an assault. If the COVID-19 vaccine is really so wonderful, why would government have to resort to coercion to make people take it? Kristin Saunders Kamloops