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Calgary Solar letters to the editor for Jan. 26, 2024 Categorical Instances

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Housing questions

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Inexpensive housing. What does that appear like? Are these rental items or can you buy? Managed by town or an company? Who and the way do residents qualify? Will rents stay reasonably priced or maintain rising? The largest hurdle in buying a house is the down fee. Are there any plans to help folks to get previous this hurdle within the reasonably priced housing plan? With the rising value of lease, it might be much better for that quantity to go in the direction of the acquisition of a house.

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Mary Morris

(Good questions.)

We’ve had sufficient

Be careful, politicians. Even mild-mannered Canadians have had sufficient of your political priorities and waste of public funds. Get this by means of your heads that we live by means of a really laborious time and we should not have billions to construct a hockey stadium, beautify metropolis corridor, rent each Tom and Dick simply to fill town corridor. Ms. Mayor, simply be actual as you promised to run town with the bottom prices attainable.

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Champak Bhaumik

(We’re all for a actuality verify.)

Pricey loans

A mortgage is a mortgage and ultimately it needs to be paid off. Whether or not you may have a CEBA mortgage, a pupil mortgage, house fairness mortgage otherwise you took a mortgage out of your dad and mom, all of them have to be paid again sooner or later in time. The place else may you get a $20,000 forgiveness incentive with a purpose to repay again the remaining $40,000 of a $60,000 mortgage? No banking establishment will try this for you. Solely governments try this type of stupidity. Taxpayers ought to by no means be liable for serving to to pay again loans another person took out. It’s ludicrous. Pay again your loans and transfer on and if your corporation can’t make it because of this, then perhaps you shouldn’t have been in enterprise within the first place.

Maria Weiss

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(Taxpayers are already burdened.)

Offensive over-reach

It’s a prison offence to have interaction within the act of bid rigging, worth fixing, allocating markets, limiting provide. If a company was to inform different suppliers or retailers that they should artificially inflate the value of a product like bread, they may very well be in massive bother. What if a company tells
a restaurant to artificially inflate the value of luggage? What’s the distinction? The over-reach this metropolis council continues to push on its residents is outrageous.

Glenn Sakatch

(Council has so much to reply for.)

Carlson does disservice

I imagine in freedom of speech and I imagine in Canada; nonetheless, I don’t imagine in giving voice to 1 who’s a vender of fabrications. Tucker Carlson is a conspiracy theorist who has performed a disservice to many Albertans by showing with Premier Smith. What was Danielle Smith pondering, or was she her common irrational self?
Harvey Loria


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