Skip to content

Our View

Unsustainable

A poor solution

Provincial government neglected to seek input from municipalities

Change begins with us

As Canada's journey toward reconciliation with Indigenous peoples continues, calls for justice from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls provide something of a roadmap for where we need to go.

We deserve better

Facebook, apparently, is good enough for our member of Parliament. St.

Hate has no creed

While the Alberta conservatives are promoting decorum in the provincial legislature, federal St. Albert-Edmonton MP Michael Cooper appears to have taken the opposite approach.

Serving seniors

Free memberships to Servus Place and Fountain Park are off the table for St. Albert residents over the age of 80, but this display of fiscal prudence on the part of council doesn't have us cheering.

Renewal of the right

What's in a name?

What's in a name? A lot, as it turns out.

Mind your mental health

How are you today? That question is asked of each of us every day. Without even thinking about the question, most of us respond, “Great, thanks. How about you?” With the social niceties out of the way, the true conversation begins.

Join the conversation

It’s time for St. Albertans to own up to a dark period in our past and do something about it.