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Due process, bad faith, or lack of common sense?

Due process, bad faith, or lack of common sense?

Residents of Erin Ridge North oppose proposed entrances to development for safety reasons
How are we supposed to handle large amount of fallen leaves?

How are we supposed to handle large amount of fallen leaves?

I'm not so sure the decision concerning leaf collection has been thoroughly thought through. I live in a part of the city that has big beautiful elm trees.
Contradictory but very pious

Contradictory but very pious

Arrogant letter writer's views are outdated and inhuman
Water issues

Water issues

City needs to look at recent record
Honouring our veterans

Honouring our veterans

Veterans may be eligible for important medals
Oh give me a home

Oh give me a home

In thinking of the unrest in the world, I came up with a different version of "Home on the Range" for your letters section
Council shouldn't rush to approve borrowing bylaw

Council shouldn't rush to approve borrowing bylaw

As a frequent driver along Ray Gibbon I absolutely support that it needs to be twinned.
Comment on Premier's Facebook page was deleted

Comment on Premier's Facebook page was deleted

“You might well think that – I couldn’t possibly comment.” On 5 August, 2019, I posted this quote from House of Cards in response to a link someone posted on Premier Jason Kenney’s Facebook page.

With opioids, a stupid concept leads to stupid results

Re: “Responsible Opioid Prescription Use Essential” Letters to the Editor, St. Albert Gazette, Saturday, August 10th, Francois P.
The train whistle: final days of sounding

The train whistle: final days of sounding

In the Aug. 12 St. Albert Gazette, I read an article that informed me almost all the requirements (federal standards) have been completed to allow the cessation of the train whistle.