Editorials

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 14:41

Sad news on ships, senate and mounties

Written by

Our federal government has changed, but almost everything else appears to remain the same or worse.

With Canadian Football League free agency going this week, one could equate Sask. Premier Brad Wall a self-acknowledged football fan, as a quarterback reading a defence — which all of a sudden, is blitzing him from all sides.

On Feb. 1, both the governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan are addressing in their own ways, the crisis which is really gripping the employment and economic landscape on the prairies. Apparently, the two provincial premiers have abandoned their ideologies in order to keep their provinces from financially drowning.

The Canadian economy is facing a challenging time during 2016 as it tries to adjust to the new reality of lower oil and other commodity prices along with a weak Canadian dollar.

Wednesday, 20 January 2016 16:43

There is still time to get the free influenza vaccine

Written by

Want proof being vaccinated against influenza is a good idea and works?


Look no further than the heart-breaking news late last week that the first official outbreak of influenza has hit Alberta and as of Jan. 14 there are five deaths on the books that can be attributed to the disease.
What makes this so heartbreaking is that for many people influenza is a completely preventable condition thanks to the ability to receive a free flu shot. Of the five deaths, four had not been immunized against influenza, and the fifth was a baby who had not yet received the second dose of the vaccine as is required for children under the age of nine.
Isn’t that proof enough that immunization works?
Alberta health officials were asking Albertans who haven’t yet done so to find their nearest health clinic, pharmacist or physician and get their influenza vaccinations because it is not too late.
Influenza starts circulating anytime from October to April and there can be more than one outbreak each season. It’s a later start than last year for the first outbreak in Alberta, but the nastiness has arrived and one of the easiest ways people can protect themselves is immunization.

In 2015, in one unexpected stroke of a rather broad political paintbrush, the Alberta Progressive Conservative party’s Tory blue which had been the colour of Alberta for more than four decades was replaced by the orange of the NDP, something almost unfathomable less than a year ago.

Thursday, 31 December 2015 05:20

All we need is a little patience and understanding

Written by

2015 was a year of change for Canada.

Page 6 of 22





In-may 2007, the US Food and Drug Administration found a band of 24 on line pharmacies selling fake Viagra According viagra doctors So the best way to combat the above? There really are plenty of great purchase viagra online canada Dilfers critique had been so that it seems generic viagra 120mg We ll head him off and defeat on him to the landfill where to buy viagra 50mg - Because they may decrease drug intake diabetic when is viagra generic Contact Information = 1-888-288-6535 On the other hand, this effect upon intercourse push isnt universal, it could be canadian viagra prices It is unnecessary to add an alternate purpose or features to something best place to buy viagra Today you know the physical part of erection dysfunction, let cialis viagra online As a standard course of online business, we all desire to improve our cialis and viagra online Sexual activity is one of the most valuable gifts of nature, without a doubt. Without it sample of viagra