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EDITORIAL: Exshaw's hydrogeology too complex to easily dismiss

The situation for residents in the eastern edge of the hamlet of Exshaw must be frustrating right now.

EDITORIAL: Scrapping the Coal Policy a betrayal of Albertan values

The United Conservative Party politicians in power in Alberta is not as clever as they think they are.

OPINION: Engaged citizens make a difference

These are tough times in Alberta and it is only understandable if we find our strength and resolve wavering after these long months of hardship. But let us remember this: together we are stronger and we can harness our collective power to make a difference.
Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 21, 2021

Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 21, 2021

Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 14, 2021

Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 14, 2021

EDITORIAL: Rosin's refusal to answer a simple question is a problem

Recent commentary from our MLA also lamented the loss of our everyday, normal freedoms, lost to the efforts underway to prevent the spread of an infectious disease and avoid unnecessary deaths.
COLUMN: Regions can “hunt in a pack”; municipalities not as much

COLUMN: Regions can “hunt in a pack”; municipalities not as much

"The opportunity to incentivize regions was missed."
Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 7, 2021

Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 7, 2021

EDITORIAL: The UCP have finally united Albertans – against them

Albertans are furious and rightly so.

OPINION: Gratitude means saying 'thank you' really, really loudly

I gave myself the word "gratitude" on Dec. 31, 2019 with a commitment to research the topic – the science, its benefits, my relationship to it and how to do it better. What a stroke of luck that was.