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COLUMN: Politics and markets

COLUMN: Politics and markets

"During the current pandemic, we’ve appreciated and resented a surge in government authority and spending. However, sensible citizens accept it, knowing it’s necessary and limited in time, no less than until the next elections."
LETTER: Halt all coal exploration until a full, independent consultation is done

LETTER: Halt all coal exploration until a full, independent consultation is done

"Exploratory development, forest clearing, and road construction will not be halted on these projects."
EDITORIAL: Tougher tone needed from the province on COVID-19

EDITORIAL: Tougher tone needed from the province on COVID-19

"We deserve a government that is serious about getting our viral spread under control and is willing to do what it takes to make that happen."
LETTER: It's not fair, I know ...

LETTER: It's not fair, I know ...

"I'm disheartened to have to bring this to light, because the young people in this community are having fun there, getting exercise, and staying off technology. All the things we wish for them!"
LETTER: Thanking volunteers in St. Albert

LETTER: Thanking volunteers in St. Albert

"We would like to thank all of the dedicated volunteers in St. Albert and its surrounding areas for your inspiring support of the causes that mean the most to you."
LETTER: Too many opinions, too little action

LETTER: Too many opinions, too little action

"As a evolving society, we are expected to be more proactively involved. I saw a photo of Albertans of 100+ years ago. All of the people were wearing face masks. What happened to that logic?"
COLUMN: How the provincial referendum affects municipal candidates

COLUMN: How the provincial referendum affects municipal candidates

"With a UCP referendum push and its anti-Ottawa rhetoric, the profile of the voter may very well be heavily weighted to conservative voters in October and therefore the municipal candidates who are seen to be right-leaning may be favoured over others by the otherwise undecided voter."
EDITORIAL: Pool price shortsighted

EDITORIAL: Pool price shortsighted

"Our St. Albert is not the kind of community to let the well-being of many of its residents sink so a select privileged few can swim."
LETTER: Fair warning

LETTER: Fair warning

"I’m going to be an organ donor; I’ve signed my card today"
LETTER: Residential street speed limit

LETTER: Residential street speed limit

"Also for us people using Bellerose Dr., the speed should be 60 as there are no residences on the street."