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Commentary: Child protection job one for Alberta

Commentary: Child protection job one for Alberta

October is Child Abuse Prevention Month in Alberta, a time to recognize the importance of protecting and supporting the province’s youngest and most vulnerable citizens
Letter: For whom should I vote?

Letter: For whom should I vote?

When you enter the polling booth, I would ask you to remember: “The best predictor of future behaviour is past behaviour."
Time to Act on Online Harassment

Time to Act on Online Harassment

Canadians rely on their newspapers and news media to be their trusted sources of information, helping them make informed choices and holding people and institutions, including governments and corporations, accountable.
Letter: The few are causing great pain to a large proportion

Letter: The few are causing great pain to a large proportion

So, your actions are hurting other Alberta people
Science changes with new data

Science changes with new data

I hate wearing masks, but I don’t feel less human when I wear a mask, I feel like I am saving someone's life
Letter: Apparently, Town of Olds has a spending problem

Letter: Apparently, Town of Olds has a spending problem

It is now apparent to me that Olds has a spending, and subsequently now, a debt problem
Letter: Concerned over Olds water, sewer rates

Letter: Concerned over Olds water, sewer rates

I would like our newly-elected council to take a serious look and come up with a solution to rectify
Letter: Election is not about COVID, it’s about Innisfail

Letter: Election is not about COVID, it’s about Innisfail

Don’t make this a protest vote about COVID, about your views on restrictions, lockdowns, vaccines, passports, Kenney, Trudeau, Alberta’s future
Letter: Given O-NET debacle, only one candidate to vote for

Letter: Given O-NET debacle, only one candidate to vote for

We need a written-in-stone promise that taxpayer money will not be used by the successful candidate to bail out this business nightmare
Commentary: A deep and divisive divide

Commentary: A deep and divisive divide

The 17 per cent of Alberta adults who haven’t been vaccinated are also less likely to follow any new public health measures