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Editorials

Supreme Court decision could have reprocussions on victims of serious crimes

Posted on 18 May 2022

Sometimes as a country, we overthink everything, and when I say we, I mean the Supreme of Court of Canada. In a world where it… Read More »

Mental Health Week: needing empathy has never been more important in SE Alta

Posted on 4 May 2022

In Canada, we are coming out of a pandemic which damaged our collective mental health for a variety of reasons. The economic damage done is… Read More »

Google Maps captures UFO in Bermuda Triangle

Posted on 4 May 2022

In what looks to be a total fluke, the cameras on Google Earth seems to not only caught a glimpse of a UFO in Bermuda… Read More »

Western Canadians running out of fuel in dealing with high energy prices

Posted on 20 April 2022

Albertans are complaining about the high prices of petroleum energy. Heating Canadian homes for seemingly 10 months of the year is expensive and now $1.52… Read More »

Is Kenney doing the UCP a favour by staying?

Posted on 29 March 2022

It would be too easy for critics to flip their collective lids to react to the quickly becoming famous “I don’t need this job” remark… Read More »

International Dark Sky Week celebrates natural night skies all year round

Posted on 28 March 2022

The heat is on; or should I say the light is off? No matter where in the world you live pressure is mounting to preserve… Read More »

Conservative Party of Canada at a crossroads

Posted on 16 March 2022

This is it. This will be the final battle. The Conservative Party of Canada is looking for a new leader after a disastrous 2020-2022 leadership… Read More »

Record high gas prices signal need for carbon tax relief

Posted on 16 March 2022

By Kevin Lacey If you’ve had to drive your kids to hockey, go grocery shopping or commute to work, you’ve likely cursed every time you… Read More »

Record high gas prices signal need for carbon tax relief

Posted on 10 March 2022

By Kevin Lacey If you’ve had to drive your kids to hockey, go grocery shopping or commute to work, you’ve likely cursed every time you… Read More »

Unintelligent: Follow the money, just not logic with post secondary education

Posted on 2 March 2022

If there is one thing I have learned being in the media is that when someone wants to know the reason for many political conflicts,… Read More »

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