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LETTER: Nutrition article should have included dietitian

LETTER: Nutrition article should have included dietitian

"There are countless dietitians in St. Albert and Edmonton that have all been extensively trained to provide accurate dietary recommendations for various health conditions."
LETTER: How you can make a difference

LETTER: How you can make a difference

"Recently, a generous St. Albert family has stepped forward and committed to anonymously match dollar for dollar donations we receive up to a maximum of $15,000."
LETTER: Thank you to St. Albert 'picker-uppers'

LETTER: Thank you to St. Albert 'picker-uppers'

"All three volunteer their time and enjoy the fresh air while getting exercise."
LETTER: My 'kids' haven't been vaccinated yet

LETTER: My 'kids' haven't been vaccinated yet

It's not just "seniors" we need to protect. Although some of us have been fortunate enough to have had a COVID-19 vaccination, our 30-something "kids" are not yet eligible.
LETTER: Council needs to heed resident advice on new Municipal Development Plan

LETTER: Council needs to heed resident advice on new Municipal Development Plan

"All I am asking is that council better support and recognize the merit of the consultation processes it asked administration to follow and not be swayed by one vested interest."
LETTER: Pandemic gives us the opportunity to love our neighbours as ourselves

LETTER: Pandemic gives us the opportunity to love our neighbours as ourselves

"We are blessed with so many ways to connect today, why not do what we can where we are with what we have as we learn what it really means to love God and love our neighbours as ourselves. This pandemic gives us the perfect opportunity."
COLUMN: The path to victory is through vaccines

COLUMN: The path to victory is through vaccines

"The problem with erecting big tents is those finding themselves suddenly squished together rarely transform into some happy band of brothers and sisters. That much became publicly obvious last week."
EDITORIAL: Stop feeding the spread

EDITORIAL: Stop feeding the spread

"The province has done an indisputably bad job trying to balance politics and health, leading to widespread confusion about why certain measures are brought in, why some businesses can be open while others have to close, and why some gatherings are OK while others are prohibited."
LETTER: Original point stands on private enterprise working together with government

LETTER: Original point stands on private enterprise working together with government

"Governments might not be very good at creating wealth on their own, but they’re often very good at providing social services."
LETTER: Concerns of residents being ignored

LETTER: Concerns of residents being ignored

"This series of events calls into question whether resource extraction in the Sturgeon River watershed is in the public interest."