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Premier provoking needed debate

Premier provoking needed debate

Letter entitled, “Province is provoking conflict with feds”in Thursday, Dec. 29th Gazette is missing the real point.
OPINION: Will ordinary Albertans vote for the UCP?

OPINION: Will ordinary Albertans vote for the UCP?

Once they were the most famous couple in Alberta, although it’s likely they didn’t actually exist.
LETTER: Addicts are people too

LETTER: Addicts are people too

What the RCMP did to a 16 year old St. Albert boy suffering from autism was awful. The “Karen” who called police, the RCMP, and entire system thought they were only dealing with a drug addict. Somehow that makes mistreatment OK.
COLUMN: Thank you, St. Albert

COLUMN: Thank you, St. Albert

With Christmas just around the corner, the staff and volunteers of the St. Albert Food Bank and Community Village want to extend our most sincere thanks and gratitude to the residents of St.
LETTER: BLESS volunteers honoured

LETTER: BLESS volunteers honoured

On November 27th, 2022 Miles Constable and Pat Collins, two long term members of BLESS (Big Lake Environment Support Society), were presented with Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medals at a formal ceremony that occurred in Edmonton’s Westi
LETTER: Province is provoking conflict with feds

LETTER: Province is provoking conflict with feds

Danielle Smith, with the help of our local MLA Dale McNally are busy laying the groundwork for a separatist referendum for Alberta.
How did we get here — again!

How did we get here — again!

The Edmonton Metropolitan Transit Services Commission (EMTSC) proposition is seeming like deja vue. Remember the discarded MUC and the solar farm propositions? Thank you to St.
LETTER: Let courts handle jurisdictional disputes, not Sovereignty Act

LETTER: Let courts handle jurisdictional disputes, not Sovereignty Act

Regarding the up coming Alberta Sovereignty Act, I fail to see the need for it. Disputes between the provincial government and the federal government are settled by the courts. The bottom line is jurisdiction.
COLUMN: Channel optimism for 2023

COLUMN: Channel optimism for 2023

If we were talking a year from today, looking back over 2023, what has to have happened for you to feel happy about your year? The brain cannot differentiate between what it hears and reality.
LETTER: Transit commission not a good use of city money

LETTER: Transit commission not a good use of city money

The transit busses have come to a screeching stop! Mayor Sohi and eight Edmonton city councillors voted to opt out of the Edmonton Transit Services Commission realizing that this project was not worth the millions of dollars that would have to be pai