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‘Honk!’ if you heard this before: all leadership is lacking

Posted on 8 February 2022

Perhaps never in the history of Canadian politics can truckers, horses, Go Fund Me, litigation and Ottawa all be combined in the same political controversy.… Read More »

You too can be an astro photographer

Posted on 3 February 2022

Have you ever tried to capture the night sky in pictures? Ten of thousands around the world each evening do so in various ways. Whether… Read More »

Freedom Convoy 2022 has been a disaster no matter what side of the road you are on

Posted on 1 February 2022

The Freedom Convoy 2022 apparently was a protest against the mandate of all semi-truck drivers requiring to be vaccinated to travel freely between the U.S.… Read More »

Alta Newspaper Group Editorial Board launches with first monthly editorial

Posted on 19 January 2022

Alta Newspaper Group Editorial Board As we turn the calendar over to what promises to be a better year in 2022 (knock on wood), Alberta… Read More »

Russian fears of encirclement have some justification

Posted on 19 January 2022

Lethbridge Herald Editorial Board As most of us sat down for the holiday season ensconced in the warmth of hearth and home, in another part… Read More »

Elon Musk and NASA head admit UFO’s are Real; is disclosure happening in 2022?

Posted on 7 January 2022

Will the public finally know the truth about UFO’s? For centuries there have been sightings, rumors, publications, and lots of documentaries on this. While last… Read More »

A beautiful life requires making beautiful choices

Posted on 5 January 2022

By Nick Kossovan As I write this, a "return to normal" doesn't seem likely in the near-distant future. (Fingers-crossed for 2023.) During the past 18… Read More »

Easy to gain weight during the holidays: be mindful

Posted on 28 December 2021

By Rachel Brown, AHS Holiday season is here. Often you start seeing messages in the media around how to avoid weight gain over the holiday… Read More »

Too many red alerts for a lack of available Alberta ambulances recent

Posted on 8 December 2021

' Just prior to the early stages of COVID-19, the Alberta provincial government started talking about eliminating physicians and nurses from the fold. Government indicated… Read More »

Potential Cargill strike/lockout could be ugly for so many

Posted on 1 December 2021

As of late November, the calm before the storm, beef producers across Alberta and the prairies in general wonder what will unfold with the Cargill… Read More »

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