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LETTER: Bridge closure due to overuse

LETTER: Bridge closure due to overuse

Re: Annexation Adds Infrastructure Costs I wish to comment on the article regarding the closing of RR255 due to the deterioration of the bridge located south of TWP 544.
Cultural Kitchen reopens at food bank

Cultural Kitchen reopens at food bank

As a community organization we feel that, after two-and-a-half years of disruption, we are turning a corner into our new normal.
Winning at all costs

Winning at all costs

Some people will do anything to win. Lying, cheating and stealing are as much a part of their everyday lives as air, food and shelter. These people lack a conscience.
LETTER: St. Albert construction mirrors Edmonton

LETTER: St. Albert construction mirrors Edmonton

Congratulations to our city. We have just come up with Edmonton's version of Yellowhead Trail. Both trails are in constant upheaval and construction with the 30km and 50km speed limits and the never ending dust and mud.
EDITORIAL: Intense strain

EDITORIAL: Intense strain

One-in-five Albertans are facing food insecurity. One-in-five. That means nearly 16,000 of our friends and neighbours in St. Albert are, at the very least, worried about running out of food because of the increased cost.
LETTER: Stop cuts to the library

LETTER: Stop cuts to the library

We understand that the city council is experiencing tight money at the moment, but it is completely unnecessary to cut 35 per cent of the St. Albert Public Library ‘s (SAPL) funds. Almost all citizens of St.
Perennials bloom and blossom in the region

Perennials bloom and blossom in the region

People tend to garden for many reasons: to enhance the beauty of their lot, to provide places to sit and relax, to provide a play place or places for children, and to grow food.
Vaccinated bear the burden

Vaccinated bear the burden

I have just read Jessica Nelson’s piece (Gazette October 12) re new Premier Danielle Smith’s healthcare comments re health care spending.
Its not the critic who counts

Its not the critic who counts

Nobody said politics made too much sense. Sometimes it’s downright weird. OK, so Jason Kenney gets 51.4 per cent party support in a leadership review last May and subsequently steps down as Alberta premier.
Like it or not, the monarchy has its place in Canada

Like it or not, the monarchy has its place in Canada

There’s been renewed talk about the role the monarchy plays in Canada with the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Some people have called for abolishing it and cutting our last formal ties with Great Britain.
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