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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 »

Getting schooled: teachers, students and parents have a lot to read 

Posted on 7 September 2022

By Ryan Dahlman Last week there was the sounds of screaming and yelling at schools as the 2022-23 new school year started in Alberta. However,… Read More »

Are the conspiracy theorists right About Planet X?

Posted on 2 September 2022

Back in May 2019, I did a story “Sundogs prove Planet X is Fake News” https://www.ptccanada.com/Space/Universe/Your-Universe-56.pdf basically debunking allegations of its existence. Well in recent… Read More »

Smith wanting to steer the UCP into a hard right turn

Posted on 27 July 2022

Danielle Smith is making waves in the United Conservative Party leadership race. Maybe not tidal waves but a lot of big ones, lots of them.… Read More »

Homelessness and the spiralling trend this summer

Posted on 13 July 2022

By Ryan Dahlman When you say the phrase homeless people, it often brings feelings of uncertainty, uncomfortableness, disdain and sometime disgust. They are a thorn… Read More »

Canada Day will be celebrated more (or less)

Posted on 29 June 2022

By Ryan Dahlman Remember last year and many didn’t want to celebrate Canada Day? There was a lot of anger towards the federal government for… Read More »

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