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LETTER: Library should be congratulated for safety precautions

LETTER: Library should be congratulated for safety precautions

"Masks were mandatory for all and supplied at the door. Hand sanitizers were maintained throughout the facility. Entrance and exits were directional. Very well done!"
LETTER: Thanks all around

LETTER: Thanks all around

"Special thanks to Zach, who put his jacket under my head and kindly waited with me until my ride arrived."
LETTER: What's the cost/benefit of recycling?

LETTER: What's the cost/benefit of recycling?

"If landfills were planned where, instead of layering higher and higher, each year it was moved to the next plot, and a new landfill begun, we could start a new process toward the efficient recovery of the valuable materials."
COLUMN: A civil war for the heart and soul of the U.S.

COLUMN: A civil war for the heart and soul of the U.S.

"Yes, America has social problems, without question – difficult problems that are centuries old. However, since the 1960s, the U.S. has also made huge progress on correcting some of these problems. They don’t have all the issues resolved, but America is also incredibly wealthy and has the resources to pay to fix these problems."
LETTER: I wear a mask for other people, not myself

LETTER: I wear a mask for other people, not myself

"Many seniors in St. Albert are literally taking their lives in their own hands by venturing out. One of those seniors is my mom. I wear that mask for her, and every other person at risk in these unprecedented times."
COLUMN: HomeShare – what it isn't

COLUMN: HomeShare – what it isn't

Columnist Suzan Krecsy explains the ins and outs of a potential HomeShare program.
EDITORIAL: Consider your sources

EDITORIAL: Consider your sources

Public embracing of misinformation is a trend that has been building for a long time, elevated by wilful ignorance. As recently as last week, a poll from Abacus Data showed less than half of Canadians had been closely following the WE Charity scandal that's rocking our federal government, and 14 per cent were unaware of it altogether.
LETTER: Only time will tell the magnitude of COVID-19

LETTER: Only time will tell the magnitude of COVID-19

"I can only imagine the frustration of many businesses trying to survive with loans being taken out from the banks and the hardships people face during the pandemic."
LETTER: I wear a mask because I care

LETTER: I wear a mask because I care

"I live as safely as I can, but out of respect for you, I will wear a mask. Do not judge me harshly for trying to protect other people."
LETTER: Thanks for column on mandatory  masks

LETTER: Thanks for column on mandatory masks

"Our freedom matters and articles like this give me hope that Canada has a chance to remain free from oppression and censorship."