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Editorial Cartoon, Oct. 15, 2020

Editorial Cartoon, Oct. 15, 2020

EDITORIAL: We need to prepare for a lower carbon future

The UCP government in Alberta is in complete denial about how the future of energy use and fossil fuels in a world that is dealing with ever increasing effects of climate change.

EDITORIAL: A look back at the lessons from COVID-19 so far

Seven months have passed since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Alberta
Editorial Cartoon, Oct. 8, 2020

Editorial Cartoon, Oct. 8, 2020

OPINION: Gather your own COVID-19 social circle

COVID-19 is a chameleon that keeps revising the lessons related to policies, protocols, procedures, and rules for socializing. It is a challenge to stay positive.
EDITORIAL: Newspaper Week honours the hard work of local newsrooms

EDITORIAL: Newspaper Week honours the hard work of local newsrooms

This year’s National Newspaper Week runs Oct. 4-10 and it is intended to recognize the role newspapers, like the Outlook, and their websites play in providing Canadians with credible and factual news.

OPINION: The future you want – the United Nations we need

The boulder is still only half way up the mountain. To advance it further, to create the future we want and the UN we need, much effort is needed.

EDITORIAL: Racism is not a 'disagreement'

To be clear, racism is not a disagreement. Racism is not a difference of opinion. It is an affront to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and Canadian values to suggest as much. 

EDITORIAL: Woodland caribou will go extinct in our lifetime

One day we will all wake up to the news that there are no more caribou in Alberta with the knowledge that we could have prevented it all along if we actually wanted to. 

OPINION: An idea that's time has come – basic income

The current global pandemic has shown us that even those who had good jobs or healthy businesses can have our financial security threatened severely and unexpectedly. Having a robust social safety net that provides the necessities for a healthy life and is respectful of who we are is more important now than ever before.