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EDITORIAL: A prudent choice on value-for-money assessment

EDITORIAL: A prudent choice on value-for-money assessment

Would you spend $50 for the potential of saving thousands? The numbers may be different, but that’s essentially the question put before St. Albert council Monday, writes the St. Albert Gazette's editorial board.
LETTER: What is St. Albert doing for Black Lives Matter?

LETTER: What is St. Albert doing for Black Lives Matter?

"If this offends you, please open your heart."
LETTER: Some problems with virtual Parliament

LETTER: Some problems with virtual Parliament

"It amplifies self-consciousness, and especially confines people to a time constraint that forces a scripted presentation, rather than any spontaneous, and real, feelings."
LETTER: Please show consideration for others

LETTER: Please show consideration for others

"Just because you feel healthy and are showing no symptoms is no guarantee you are not spreading COVID19."
LETTER: Thanks to a paper delivery person for helping a senior

LETTER: Thanks to a paper delivery person for helping a senior

"It may only have taken a minute for Ryan but it would have taken the senior all day."
LETTER: Build bridges instead of war rooms

LETTER: Build bridges instead of war rooms

"The only way forward for our province is for the public sector and the business community to demonstrate mutual respect for the important role that each play in Alberta."
LETTER: Practise safety on city's walking trails

LETTER: Practise safety on city's walking trails

"My friend regularly walks the Red Willow Trail, and having experienced similar near misses, she now walks, not on the trail, but beside the trail, to hopefully avoid an accident."
LETTER: We need more funding for a strong education system

LETTER: We need more funding for a strong education system

"Underfunding schools will put many amazing educators under such stress that they will need mental health leaves and have an impossible task of overfull classes with many diverse needs that will be impossible to support."
COLUMN: Devil's advocate

COLUMN: Devil's advocate

"While the press and our public health officials are keeping us mindful of the precariousness of our situation, we need to continue to make a determined societal effort to restart our economy and community living by using our common sense," writes columnist Alan Murdock.
LETTER: Renaud was right to call out UCP's actions

LETTER: Renaud was right to call out UCP's actions

"Raising a pride flag on city property is itself a political act – symbolic of taking a stand on the side of LBGTQ2S+ people – not a happy photo op to help us feel good about ourselves!"