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LETTER: Let's work together to make dog parks, trails safe for all

LETTER: Let's work together to make dog parks, trails safe for all

"We love St. Albert, the parks and dogs, but we need to work together and respect rules to make all parks safe for everyone!"
LETTER: A lesson on littering

LETTER: A lesson on littering

"Really, this is what you want to teach your children – that it is OK to litter public areas? Have fun but pick up your garbage!"
LETTER: Looking forward to value for money study

LETTER: Looking forward to value for money study

"We appreciate the support we have received from St. Albert and look forward to having the assessment completed."
EDITORIAL: Boorish behaviour

EDITORIAL: Boorish behaviour

LETTER: Have a little faith in ESSMY

LETTER: Have a little faith in ESSMY

"While certainly not every ESSMY grad has chosen to pursue an international career, the key point is that they had the option to."
COLUMN: The “mill” rate – the great “unequalizer”

COLUMN: The “mill” rate – the great “unequalizer”

"Where will this all shake out for our taxes? Will the province bail out the villages differently than the counties, differently than Edmonton and Calgary? What are the federal government's plans?"
LETTER: Need for Meaningful Dialogue

LETTER: Need for Meaningful Dialogue

"Racism will do for society what root rot does for the raspberry bush. If the herbicides and pruning haven’t addressed the problem, maybe it’s also time to take a closer look at the cultural soil our society depends on for its nutrients."
LETTER: Not everyone should be wearing a mask

LETTER: Not everyone should be wearing a mask

"When I see a person wearing a mask, I wonder if that person is sick and should be at home."
LETTER: Kudos to our school staff and teachers

LETTER: Kudos to our school staff and teachers

"Alberta boasts educational excellence that is recognized nationally and internationally. This excellence is a direct result of the talented teachers and staff demonstrating their commitment to their students – our children – every day."
LETTER: What do we believe in – exorbitant profits or a sane, human society?

LETTER: What do we believe in – exorbitant profits or a sane, human society?

"Those countries that have ignored preventative measure like distancing, wearing masks in public and among groups indoors, quarantine and self-isolation have fared much worse than those that have not. The record is available online for all who are interested to see."