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Letters June 16: What about the lottery for people who don’t want to get shots

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NON-VAX A LOT

Vaccination Lottery: What about another $ 3 million for people who are smart enough not to get this injection? If and when the right vaccine is done, I’ll be happy to line up. Until then, stop wasting my tax dollars on such stupidity. If you have to give away $ 3 million, I choose tax dollars to go to the food bank.

ELIZABETH BELAIR

(You confuse the reluctance to take a medically tested, proven vaccine with “intelligence.”)

BIG CLOSED

Jenica Atwin has now proven to be a true liberal. A few days after he crossed the floor of his chosen Green Party status, he is already apologizing for the words and beliefs he once had. He’s a great liberal. Condemn the atrocities of all, but defend no one except your party and its leader. Remember this, Jenica, the party line, “It’s way too early.” It suits you and serves you well.

TREVOR BUKIEDA

(It is understandable to question the verdict of floor crossers.)

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OUR HARD BRIGHTNESS

The Canadian Stanley Cup is challenging – as an Albertan, it’s pretty hard to encourage the Montreal Canadiens, when Quebec isn’t part of Canada, doesn’t recognize the need for our oil industry, but still wants a smoothing program through our Alberta money.

CAROL LEHMAN

(We’re pretty sure the players are fine with Alberta oil.)

OVER-REACH

This is so embarrassing. The Bloomberg report on the G-7 meetings, which has spread around the world from Seattle to Sydney, offers great criticism to our Prime Minister. With German Angela Merkel resigning soon, the prime minister will become the group’s longest-serving leader, and she is apparently now aspiring to become the new “dean” of the G-7. He is literally ridiculed, the article calls him a “marginal figure,” and figuratively humiliated because it suggests he is lucky to even hang out with “adults”. Mr. Prime Minister: Despite the removal of travel restrictions, I suggest that Zoom is still your best friend!

AL WILLEY

(There’s nothing he thinks he can do.)

WHAT ADVICE

Stupid test. I volunteer to take a stupid test every time our government plans to introduce a new idea or program and cause it for the Albertans. They can do it for me first and I’ll tell them if it’s stupid. The latest silly idea is that we need to register to get into the prize draw to win money in vaccine dosing. I suggest using the information that already exists in the health care system and entering everything in the draw.

DAVE VOLLMAN

(We don’t think it’s a stupid idea to get around a few arms with an incentive.)

NO FAILURE

Like the rest of Canada, I suffer from the effects of housing schools and have been all my life. But if the Canadian population suffers the consequences of this, or Canada Day, they will do more to increase the prejudices that already exist.

SUSAN EVANS

(It’s a perfect time of openness when Canadians and first nations get to know exactly who did what.)

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