Opinion Letters

City of Camrose council has opted out of their original naturalization plans for a scaled back version that has yet to be decided. File photo

Not happy with process of naturalization changes

I am somewhat disappointed in the way the process was done on the Naturalization Program options. Options that were offered to city council at the meeting on May 15. Obviously, the city management only considered to invite groups not in opposition to the program for discussions on options for consideration by council. By reading the Camrose Canadia

It takes a community to keep the Bailey going

This is National Volunteer Week in Canada. What a wonderful opportunity for me to recognize some amazing people in our community. Unfortunately, I can’t name them specifically in this letter, as there are over 100 of them!

Battle River-Crowfoot MP Kevin Sorenson speaks at an all day Rural Transportation Information Day held at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus in Camrose, Alta. on Saturday April 30, 2016. Jessica Ryan/Camrose Canadian/Postmedia Network

Sorenson, give us solutions not just complaints

Mr. Sorenson, you’re doing it again. Your recent critique of the government plans to reform parliament is simply a string of complaints without even a hint of how you think parliamentary reform could be done better.

The state of the berms along Camrose Drive was discussed by city council Oct. 17. (File photo)

Be heard at the Naturalization Program Open house

A Camrose Naturalization Program Open Forum discussion will be held from 2-4 p.m. on April 9 at the Border Paving Arena upstairs in the meeting room. I encourage all interested persons to attend. You will have the opportunity to voice your opinion on the matter regardless if you are for or against the program.

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