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Editorials

Quick salute to City of Swift Current, emergency departments

Posted on 17 April 2023

By Ryan Dahlman “Oh the weather outside has been frightful…” Hard STOP. The prairies, Saskatchewan, Swift Current has endured a tough winter, seemingly never-ending. Bad… Read More »

Explaining away the obvious not a good look for grocery CEOs 

Posted on 4 April 2023

By Ryan Dahlman (Thumbing through the pages of grocery store flyers)... Sigh.  It is ugly out there. Stuff that are advertised as great sales now,… Read More »

For What It’s Worth: Some thoughts on veganism, meat and sustainability

Posted on 25 January 2023

By Cash Moore Guest Opinion I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of veganism. As the son of a butcher, I’ve always been puzzled by… Read More »

2023 won’t make us forget 2022, maybe more to remind us of 2022

Posted on 9 January 2023

By Ryan Dahlman Ahhh 2023 is here. As we bear the not surprisingly inundation of commercials and over-the-top messages of quick fixes to New Year’s… Read More »

2022 was a year of high emotions in southeast Alberta, sets up for a (finger-crossed) easier 2023

Posted on 4 January 2023

By Ryan Dahlman If anything, the citizens of County of 40-Mile, Cypress County and Redcliff went through a difficult roller coaster year of emotions. It… Read More »

Firearms owners on an emotional rollercoasters as federal government’s Bill C-21 takes a shot

Posted on 21 December 2022

By Ryan Dahlman For those who are hunters, it was as satisfying as downing a 16-point buck. Bill C-21, a bill which greatly restricts the… Read More »

Please remember to be safe in all facets at Christmas-time

Posted on 29 November 2022

By Ryan Dahlman When we all thought 2019-2021 were tough years and were looking forward to 2022, well, it hasn’t been the smoothest of years… Read More »

Alberta’s Witching Hour Total Lunar Eclipse Nov. 8

Posted on 4 November 2022

By Neel Roberts What is the witching hour? Traditionally it’s between 3:00 A.M. to 4:00 A.M. Sometimes referred to as the "Devil's hour" due to… Read More »

Political partying: Canadian, Norway prime ministers need more security, decorum

Posted on 28 September 2022

By Ryan Dahlman Everybody should live their lives as they see fit. Enjoy it while you can. Carpe diem. Etc. etc. etc. There has been… Read More »

A bitter, soon-to-be-former, premier dragging his party down with him in fiery fashion

Posted on 13 September 2022

By Ryan Dahlman You have to have forgive Jason Kenney. He’s grumpy and he just can’t help himself. He is like those baseball managers who… Read More »

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