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Take the money

At the risk of sounding ungrateful, something is better than nothing. Monday’s announcement that the province is going to throw $27.1 million, or half of the total cost, toward the twinning of Ray Gibbon Drive is indeed welcome news.

Empowering endeavours

The fight to eradicate bullying, which plagues many children in St. Albert and across the province, can seem daunting and never-ending.

Under attack

United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney has begun to unveil his long-awaited election platform, and unsurprisingly, the political rhetoric against him is starting to ramp up.

No easy fix

Efforts to combat the ongoing opioid crisis in the province, including the setup of controversial safe injection sites, have yet to yield overwhelming success.

Political challenge

The immediate future and stability of the Alberta Party is up in the air pending a court decision.

Suspect timing

Considering recent provincial activity in the St. Albert area, it seems more likely than ever that an election call is imminent. On Monday, Pembina Pipeline Corp. announced it is proceeding with a proposed $4.

Food for thought

Canada’s revamp of the national food guide is long on feel-good phrases but woefully short on practical advice for the thousands of Canadians who don’t have the financial resources to adequately feed their families daily – a hardship known as food in

Forever changed

The fate of the man responsible for the deadly Humboldt Broncos crash is now in the hands of a Saskatchewan judge.

No game

How far should the provincial government wade into the realm of online gambling? If the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) has anything to say about it, the province won't just wade in – it will become a major player.

Put down that phone

Another jump in the number of St. Albertans nabbed for distracting driving shows motorists are not yielding a bad and dangerous habit while behind the wheel.