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Homelessness in St. Albert

What is the moral authority of our city towards those in need? The generosity extends to short-term food supplies and medical care but the real need is for a safe and welcoming place to live and develop.

Photo radar should be about changing drivers' behaviour

Welcome to St. Albert? We care about your safety! I have never received a photo radar ticket or any other speeding ticket from St. Albert law enforcement.

Predictability and control are the keys to road safety

The arguments over increasing speed limits and speed enforcement allowances predictably fall into two camps; one right and one righteous.

Jody Wilson-Raybould is my political hero

Dear member of Parliament J. Wilson-Raybould, For two reasons you are my political hero.

Photo radar is mainly about the money

Re: “Photo radar not a cash cow, Heron says” ( St. Albert Gazette , Feb. 23).

Wristbands one way to keep track of Servus Place members

City council’s proposal of a track-only membership at Servus Credit Union Place is a good idea.

Wow! Awesome! Fantastic!

I recently attended the “Phantom of the Opera” production by Paul Kane High School and “Mama Mia” production by St. Albert Catholic High at the Arden Theatre. I truly enjoyed both shows.

Acts of kindness on Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is a very special day in itself. It is a day in which one gives and shows thanks for the love one has for someone important in their life. This Valentine’s Day I recalled the love I had, but I have lost.

Council must do the right thing on affordable housing

Saturday’s, March 2, 2019 Gazette article, “No deal for St. Albert Housing Society” is troubling and disappointing.

More compass reading

The letter titled “The compass was lost a long time ago” (St. Albert Gazette, Your Views, Feb. 20) by Doris Wrench Eisler, in response to my letter of Feb.