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LETTER: Premier should take his medicine on travel scandal

LETTER: Premier should take his medicine on travel scandal

"Mr Kenney, why wait for the next election to receive your consequences for your bad judgment, that also showed poor leadership?"
LETTER: Erin Ridge dog owners are awesome

LETTER: Erin Ridge dog owners are awesome

"My wife and I often walk or run around our neighborhood in Erin Ridge and we have both been pleasantly surprised by the awesome dog owners."
LETTER: Don't hate the players, hate the game

LETTER: Don't hate the players, hate the game

"Instead of worrying about the actions of others in their dealings with ‘rules’ surrounding how to act during these ‘extraordinary times’, worry about your own actions."
LETTER: Unacceptable behaviour from politicians and bureaucrats

LETTER: Unacceptable behaviour from politicians and bureaucrats

"Despite the actions of these politicians, the public needs to be steadfast to reduce the number of families who must endure the painful loss of loved ones."
LETTER: Shame on political leaders

LETTER: Shame on political leaders

"Nevertheless, hundreds of Albertans felt the sting of loneliness and isolation while many of our politicians felt entitled to get on planes and fly to tropical places."
COLUMN: Buckle up for a rough economic ride

COLUMN: Buckle up for a rough economic ride

"Nothing balances any more. We’re now held captive on this dreadful teeter-totter, repeatedly lurching between health and wealth yet somehow managing to avoid them both."
LETTER: Thank you to all who helped make Embassy Light Extravaganza a success

LETTER: Thank you to all who helped make Embassy Light Extravaganza a success

"Set up and operation aside, we must thank everyone who has come out and viewed, laughed, sang, danced and enjoyed the show. Goal achieved."
COLUMN: Rupture in our way of life could be a changing point

COLUMN: Rupture in our way of life could be a changing point

"We have also glimpsed our place within the grand ecosystem as we marvel at the titration of wild into our ‘civilized’ world while we, in turn, connect to nature for its restorative effects."
EDITORIAL: Speed snarls

EDITORIAL: Speed snarls

"Improving traffic flow on St. Albert's main roads could do the job of discouraging people from shortcutting through neighbourhoods."
LETTER: Heritage Lakes Christmas displays were a bright spot

LETTER: Heritage Lakes Christmas displays were a bright spot

"To all families, in all neighbourhoods who went the extra mile this year, thank you. Your effort reminded us that even in the darkness, there is light!"