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Child care system proposal being examined

Posted on 5 May 2021

Last week, the federal government announced a cornerstone of their budget would be a Canada-wide child care system that would cost parents as little as… Read More »

Perception is nine-tenths reality… or 100 per cent in the UCP’s case

Posted on 13 April 2021

Sometimes in the newspaper industry when reporters or editors are rushed, proofreading is rushed and errors are made. A missed comma, a typo, a spelling… Read More »

Albertans’ faith continues to be tested as Faith is being tested

Posted on 7 April 2021

There is something to be said about creating an environment of trust or giving hope to people. Or not.Sadly with the pandemic, Alberta is growing,… Read More »

With Covid: sometimes you’re the rock and sometimes you’re the shattered windshield

Posted on 23 March 2021

Growing up, I had a friend who had an interesting perspective on getting cracked windshields on gravel roads in rural Saskatchewan. He said the best… Read More »

Covid-19 not the root cause of all that ails us

Posted on 10 March 2021

There is no doubt Covid-19 has hurt us all all in some manner. For some, we have tragically lost a family member or friend and for… Read More »

GraceLife Church not practising all Christian ideals

Posted on 24 February 2021

Religion is a subjective thing. Because a variety of religious doctrines are all different, conflict arises. Today, many feel persecuted by other religions, government and… Read More »

No one is appreciative of $1,200 anymore

Posted on 16 February 2021

By Ryan Dahlman Want to know the ramifications of being interpreted as callous, cold and non-appreciative of the ordinary and extraordinary non-business people who make a… Read More »

Cool kids conservative club getting smaller

Posted on 9 February 2021

Notice how Albertans haven't heard much from the NDP and Rachel Notley lately? You don't hear anything else from the other opposition parties because they… Read More »

Rightly or wrongly, Alberta residents are started to fight back

Posted on 2 February 2021

People are suffering across Canada. Pick a province and everyone has some hurting happening, much of it due to the havoc Covid-19 has been wreaking… Read More »

Literacy at a critical moment in time

Posted on 27 January 2021

I talked to a colleague once about literacy and he said within five years, the English language will cease to exist as we know it. FWIW.… Read More »

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