Tuesday’s letters: Radio host’s firing goes too far

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Sharon Skage, Edmonton

Kenney should practise what he preaches

Jason Kenney on the relationship to federal government: “We don’t need politicians and bureaucrats in Ottawa micromanaging … .”

Kenney on the relationship to municipal government: Cities should focus on getting rid of “unnecessary rules, red tape and costs.”

Pot, meet kettle. Oh wait, they are the same person.

Ron Goodson, Edmonton

Grateful for stranger’s kindness

A great big thank you to the lady who paid for my large amount of groceries on Saturday morning at 10:45. I was unable to catch her. I will pass on her act of kindness to another individual. Only in Edmonton, you say. Surely not!

N. Clara Dyck, Edmonton

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