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Your letters for July 28, 2022

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Re: Smith turns fringe view to most cancers, Opinion, July 26

I learn Don Braid’s column relating to Danielle Smith’s feedback on conventional mainstream vs alternate, non-traditional drugs with growing anger and dismay over Smith’s irresponsible, harmful and ignorant opinions. I worry these feedback have the true potential to negatively affect the popularity and progress of naturopathic drugs in our province and elsewhere.

As with all occupation, there are good naturopaths and unhealthy ones. I’m lucky to have one of many greats on my health-care crew. My naturopath didn’t discourage me from being vaccinated however somewhat developed a remedy plan to assist mitigate a number of the unwanted effects I skilled with my first vaccine, the distinction between the 2 vaccines being night time and day.

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My naturopath is a part of a collaborative medical clinic that provides each mainstream and non-traditional care. The practitioners work collectively to make sure the most effective optimistic outcomes for his or her sufferers. Isn’t this what well being care ought to be about?

Danielle Smith pits disciplines towards one another somewhat than encouraging multi-discipline collaboration. The hazards of this method are really horrifying.

Lori Bullock, Calgary

Metropolis cleanup wanted

It infuriates me to see our as soon as lovely metropolis turn out to be an unkempt, untidy mess. That is one thing you see within the U.S. however right here in Alberta?

Our mayor needs to commit $87 billion to a carbon plan but can not see herself spending funds on the maintenance of our metropolis. The accountability of a mayor shouldn’t be solely to construct but additionally to keep up.

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Demand higher Calgarians from each your metropolis councillors in addition to your mayor.

Werner Pointmeier, Calgary

Former Flames fan climbs on Avs bandwagon

I’m a longtime Flames fan and have adopted the fortune of our crew since its inception in Atlanta in 1972. It has been an excellent experience with its fantastic highs and generally miserable lows, however I’ve now come to some extent in my fan life the place I really feel it’s time to be shifting on.

I’ve the best respect for gamers and administration, and can at all times keep in mind them fondly, however consider I’ll discover larger private achievement in shifting my assist to another venue. “Go, Avalanche, Go!”

James L. Elliott, Calgary

Suggestion leaves bridge vast open to accidents

Please cease losing many 1000’s of our taxpayer {dollars} changing the damaged glass on the Peace Bridge time and again. There are too many thugs on the market who discover the bridge a simple goal and assume this vandalism is enjoyable.

Councillor Terry Wong thinks we “must discover a strategy to persuade the general public that this isn’t the suitable strategy to behave.” However most people behaves simply effective, having fun with the bridge commonly with out harming it. It’s the vandals on the market who won’t ever be satisfied to alter their methods.

I’m certain the bridge will nonetheless look very distinctive and attention-grabbing with no glass panels. Sufficient is sufficient.

Penny Powell, Calgary



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