Skip to content

Your View

Is our council making smart fiscal decisions?

Is our council making smart fiscal decisions?

Is our city council really making “Smart City” decisions when it comes to controlling debt and spending on projects wisely? The RMR budget should be top priority, but it’s $16.2 million in debt.
The secret to success

The secret to success

We have all been told “treat others how you would have others treat you” or some similar version of that.
Thanks to all who stood for office

Thanks to all who stood for office

Let us remember

Let us remember

Remembrance Day is near.
Some advice, now that the election is over

Some advice, now that the election is over

My spirit needs attention

My spirit needs attention

Still looking for a relationship with corporate religion and after being in Italy for a month, I am struggling more than ever ...
Thank you to the people who helped me

Thank you to the people who helped me

On Oct. 6 I tripped outside the main doors of the St. Albert's Bay. A kind young woman took care of my glasses and hearing aid and gave me comfort. A gentleman called an ambulance.
Speed changes cause frustration

Speed changes cause frustration

Again Driving down a road in this city. I'm driving 40km in a 30km, or 30 in a 40 or 50 in a 60 or 50 in a 60 or? Nobody knows. Except the city. All for safety. Speed changes every block. Everywhere.
What's next – appointed councillors?

What's next – appointed councillors?

I am absolutely unnerved by this Council’s disregard for the democratic process which most all Canadians dearly respect and acknowledge each year on November 11 by honouring those who have so bravely fought to preserve this privilege.
An accident waiting to happen

An accident waiting to happen

Over the last year or so in our neighbourhood of Akinsdale, as in many other areas of St. Albert, we have seen a number of “traffic calming” measures installed.