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EDITORIAL: Out with the old

EDITORIAL: Out with the old

For all our residents, we hope 2021 brings healing, prosperity and comfort, and the first steps toward recovery from a year we are not sad to see go.
LETTER: More drownings in spring?

LETTER: More drownings in spring?

"Aside from the fact that no (risk) engineer has yet proven that global warming is due to Co2, (computer models are not proof of anything), this whole study basically says to check the ice before going on it. Good advice."
LETTER: COVID-19 and masks

LETTER: COVID-19 and masks

"If you do not believe in science, why do you use a computer, fly in an airplane or use a battery drill? These are all technological developments based on science."
LETTER: Opening our schools

LETTER: Opening our schools

"It is time for the profession who profess to be the teachers of science to apply that science to their own situation and open the schools as this is in the best interests of the children."
COLUMN: 2021 – a cautionary future

COLUMN: 2021 – a cautionary future

"The question for the American body politic and press is whether the country will start to breathe fresh air again in 2021, and whether President Biden will be successful in providing a nation-wide balm of Gilead’s potency."
EDITORIAL: Bright lights of hope

EDITORIAL: Bright lights of hope

"If the 2020 Christmas season seems dark to you, if you're struggling with the weight of this pandemic or the loss of loved ones, our one Christmas wish is to remind you of the many bright lights that cut through the shadows of COVID-19 this year."
LETTER: This morning

LETTER: This morning

This morning, a ski was just what I needed To Lower Riverlot, my SUV proceeded. I strapped on my skis, ready to sweat My troubles and concerns, I was set to forget. Then what did I see, as I headed on my way? A pair of footprints, full on display.
LETTER: Blessings to all for Christmas

LETTER: Blessings to all for Christmas

"Blessings to all for a Christmas, however it may be, and may 2021 bring all matters to be of an improvement to this present state."
LETTER: Human rights in health care

LETTER: Human rights in health care

"I am glad that Jason Kenney is concerned about Alberta Human Rights (AHR)! In October 2020 I began the AHR complaint process against Alberta Health. I am still fighting for my right to receive the drug Remicade."
LETTER: Advice for cyclists in Lois Hole Park

LETTER: Advice for cyclists in Lois Hole Park

"One thing we all need to keep in mind is if a pedestrian is injured trying to cross a bike ramp or avoid a cyclist, the result will probably be closures within the park for everyone."