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LETTER: Natural gas boom?

LETTER: Natural gas boom?

"Methinks Dale Nally is jumping the gun, when he has big plans for natural gas?"
LETTER: Thanks to Don Hamaliuk for restoring my faith and hope in human nature

LETTER: Thanks to Don Hamaliuk for restoring my faith and hope in human nature

"A truly heartfelt thank-you to Don Hamaliuk for restoring my faith and hope in human nature in no small way. Others might fault him for misplaced idealism, but I can honestly say it made this day worth living."
LETTER: What does it mean to be 'human'?

LETTER: What does it mean to be 'human'?

"As important and human as social life is, it is after all predicated on “life” itself."
COLUMN: Virtual allyship: being anti-racist in a digital age

COLUMN: Virtual allyship: being anti-racist in a digital age

"In order to be anti-racist in a digital age, one must actively work to create anti-racist policies, spaces and conversations."
LETTER: Follow the science – sometimes

LETTER: Follow the science – sometimes

"By rolling addictions services into AHS, those who decide how to spend the health dollars have a dilemma."
COLUMN: Entrepreneurs support Alberta communities in more ways than one

COLUMN: Entrepreneurs support Alberta communities in more ways than one

Alberta’s entrepreneurs are facing down a storm surge from all angles and trying to stay standing.
EDITORIAL: Small business is big

EDITORIAL: Small business is big

"They deserve our support as a community in return, not just during Small Business Week or the pandemic, but every week. Don’t just miss them when they’re gone."
LETTER: Overwhelming community support for food drive

LETTER: Overwhelming community support for food drive

"These past few months have been challenging for the whole community but we always know that the residents of St. Albert always come through to support their neighbours who need them."
LETTER: Survey says!

LETTER: Survey says!

"While I am not opposed to council surveying residents for this and other bylaws being considered, surely it could be done more economically."
COLUMN: The sad saga of Ray Gibbon Drive

COLUMN: The sad saga of Ray Gibbon Drive

"If any criticism is warranted, it should be directed at the 1995-98 city council of which I was a member."