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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

St. Albert Gazette put children at risk: writer

In your Saturday, April 5th edition you published an article and photo entitled "Some simple ways to childproof your home." The article and photo will put children in St. Albert at more risk of injury and even death if its recommendations are followed. The crib shown in the photo would not meet current safety regulations, as the raised...

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

St. Albert's speed limits need attention

Read with great interest your editorial on some of the ridiculous speed designations in St. Albert. The one on Churchill is so ridiculous and everyone knows it's a "cash cow." How could the section by Heritage be 60 as well as Levasseur and Churchill 50?

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

Concerning residential sidewalk snow clearing

Probably everybody knows that it is just about impossible to walk on our St. Albert residential sidewalks during all these long winter months because only a very small percentage of residents bother to shovel the snow off their adjacent sidewalks. And it becomes even far worse when we go through alternating periods of melting and freezing temperatures.

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

There is kindness in St. Albert

The commentary with the headline, Where is St. Albert’s kindness posted in the St. Albert Gazette (page 19) on Saturday, April 12 by writer Dee-Ann Schwanke was not kind to the residents of St. Albert.

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

Some dog owners need to change their thinking

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all responsible dog owners who respect that the St. Albert trail systems are on-leash areas.

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

Baby and tot sale a smash success

Another great sale has come and gone and, always, I have the same thoughts. There are so many arms of the community that work together, making this possible.

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Apr 16

Mayor and most of council out to lunch

Mayor Crouse, you are starting to act like an entitled PC party member. I too would like to take city coffers and build myself some fancy new digs at taxpayer’s expense. Is this your legacy before you leave office? You have a nicely designed city hall already and have taken over some other...
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Apr 16

Taxpayers deserve better health access

Wow, St. Albert is growing bigger and faster. The amount of people living here is more than the medical services can keep up to. For instance, there is only one DynaLife office in St. Albert.
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Apr 12

Mayor's aim is faulty

May I suggest that before the City of St. Albert starts worrying about third party election advertising, spending money on what may become an attack on freedom of speech, we consider the here and now! What are we going to do about the devastation that is going to take place in the downtown area of...
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Apr 12

Third party donations bylaw questionable

Mayor Crouse’s recent concerns about third parties such as the St. Albert Taxpayers Association or the St. Albert Think Tank becoming involved in municipal elections (“Mayor eyes third party election transparency”, St. Albert Gazette, April 2) are worthwhile, but in practice there are several...
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Apr 12

Traffic jams are looming

Oh good, now there will be one or two cars able to turn left at controlled intersections!
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Apr 12

Unique wetland deserves our respect

Re: March 26 letter Bridge is a good solution by Ludo Bogaert.
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Apr 09

There's another side to the photo radar debate

There have been quite a number of articles, letters and comments published concerning the upcoming photo radar vote on April 14 in Morinville, with many statistics and other statements made in support of retaining photo radar. Some of these however are questionable.
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