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LETTER: Regarding Averton's proposed Midtown development in South Riel

LETTER: Regarding Averton's proposed Midtown development in South Riel

COLUMN: Chaos and COVID-19

COLUMN: Chaos and COVID-19

Enough already. Canadians, individually and collectively, have started to run out of tolerance for the restraints that we have accepted to date. There have been heroic efforts to identify and treat those who are ill.
LETTER: Thanks to our public transportation workers

LETTER: Thanks to our public transportation workers

I noticed that on Google last Tuesday, the caption was recognizing public transportation workers. It was a reminder to me that I wanted to commend the excellent bus service that I have experienced in recent years in St. Albert.
LETTER: Truth and facts important on 5G

LETTER: Truth and facts important on 5G

EDITORIAL: Supporting St. Albertans

EDITORIAL: Supporting St. Albertans

The generosity of St. Albertans shone this week as residents rallied together to support the food bank.
LETTER: In response to the city facing $3.89M loss due to COVID-19

LETTER: In response to the city facing $3.89M loss due to COVID-19

This virus has impacted everyone, and is going to financially impact families, employees (now unemployed), businesses, governments, municipalities for a long time how long no one knows at this time.
LETTER: Safety review or cash cow?

LETTER: Safety review or cash cow?

LETTER: Put your phone away and pay attention when driving

LETTER: Put your phone away and pay attention when driving

LETTER: Residential towers next to Sturgeon River would have many impacts

LETTER: Residential towers next to Sturgeon River would have many impacts

Dear Neighbours, Recently a letter to the editor was published titled “Selfish in St. Albert”. This letter attempts to paint citizens in opposition to the construction of multiple towers in Oakmont as selfish.
COLUMN: Mental health struggles in times like this are normal and expected

COLUMN: Mental health struggles in times like this are normal and expected

In a world where busy-ness is viewed as a symbol of success, one of the most overwhelming effects of the new COVID-19 reality is how to deal with something many of us have not experienced in a while: living in a world where time has slowed down.