Letters, July 8: “Carra has lost the trust of the people”

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NO TRUST HERE
I found it quite surprising that then Integrity Commissioner Allen Sulatycky did not investigate a complaint filed against Ward 9 Coun. Gian-Carlo Carra. The arrogance he displayed when he failed to disclose interest in purchased property in Inglewood and his subsequent work to get some restrictions lifted in his Inglewood neighborhood were selfish. He does not deserve our trust for the future!
BRENDA K. OSWALD
(Still tarnished. Time to go.)

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GO FOR IT
Typical political argy bargy. If Com. Jennifer Wyness wants the police to investigate the councillor. Gian-Carlo Carra’s financial indiscretions brought to light in a report by the Integrity Commissioner, why wait, do it yourself. Go to a police station, fill out a citizen complaint form, get a case number and let the police do their thing. If you were really worried, why wait for council to hold hands, sing Kumbaya and hold behind-the-scenes discussions before bringing a motion on July 20 so you can follow the mayor’s “procedural” recommendation? If someone had integrity, some people would quit, leaders would lead, and no one would need an integrity commissioner to guide them in their work or in their life.
PAUL BAUMBERG
(What, and do like the rest of the big badly washed like us?!)

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PASSPORT FOR PROBLEMS
The deep thinkers of our illustrious federal government came up with the great idea of ​​providing chairs for people lining up at all passport offices. Up to 100 at each location. That’s a lot of chairs. I assume these chairs would be of a certain quality and would be bolted down to meet safety protocols. The government purchasing department is not really known for its judgment when purchasing products. Do you remember the mega dollar toilet they bought a few years ago? I wonder if this is a prudent use of taxpayers’ money. What are they going to do with all those chairs when the passport fiasco is solved?
JOHN HANCOCK
(Another classic decision from a federal government that has no idea how to solve a paperwork crisis.)

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CONSERVATIVE CLOTH?
It seems that all the letters you publish are in support of the Conservatives. Moreover, the people who write these letters are the same people. Does the Sun not receive letters from other people or is it easier to publish their letters? I’ve been reading the Sun for 30 years and until Postmedia took over it was a great newspaper but now it looks like one of the rags you get when you’re waiting at the store to pay for your groceries. You need more writers like Rick Bell who tell it like it is. I know that you will not publish my letter as appears from what I have said.
INJURED RAY
(It’s not The daily worker. No need to stay silent in a world of pain, Ray – join the letter-writing brigade!)

PATH OF KINDNESS
Subject: Jeromy Farkas raises Pacific Crest Trail’s fundraising goal to $125,000. While most Calgary City Council members crawl on the ground with turkeys, former mayoral candidate Jeromy Farkas soars with eagles.
DONALD K. MUNROE
(Listen, listen. It’s amazing what Jeromy is doing. He deserves big applause.)

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