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Editorial: Kudos on support for Alberta first responders

Editorial: Kudos on support for Alberta first responders

The Alberta government has dispersed $1.5 million in grants through Alberta's Supporting Psychological Health in First Responders (SPHFR) program.
Stop the misinformation wildfire

Stop the misinformation wildfire

Thomas Jefferson famously said that if he had to choose between having government but no newspapers or newspapers with no government, he would choose the latter.
Rob Shaw: B.C. cuts deal with Meta, leaving local media in the dust amid wildfires

Rob Shaw: B.C. cuts deal with Meta, leaving local media in the dust amid wildfires

Premier David Eby's standoff with Facebook over local news access amid wildfires reveals a controversial deal that may impact public safety in British Columbia
Coffee with Warren: Meet the artist at Fourth Word Studio

Coffee with Warren: Meet the artist at Fourth Word Studio

Not only are we surrounded by the beauty of creation, but we are blessed with folks gifted in celebrating that beauty through their painting, pottery and music.
Applauding The Eagle for its environmental coverage

Applauding The Eagle for its environmental coverage

To The Eagle, I’m connecting today to applaud the environmental coverage in your publication, particularly the work of Howard May.
Commentary: Sex assault awareness is a key to success

Commentary: Sex assault awareness is a key to success

According to recent government statistics, 1.8 million Albertans have experienced some form of sexual violence in their lifetimes
Letter to the Editor: Comment on Nurse Practitioner Article

Letter to the Editor: Comment on Nurse Practitioner Article

I have followed with interest the proposal by the Ministry of Health to augment primary care delivery in our province.
Editorial: Is Bill 20 a power grab?

Editorial: Is Bill 20 a power grab?

Essentially, municipalities under confederation were considered akin to provincial government “franchises” in modern day parlance.
Coffee with Warren: Why serve minister goat for dinner?

Coffee with Warren: Why serve minister goat for dinner?

I’d intended this week’s column to be a follow-up to last week’s on the restoration of the Creator’s vandalized image in us.
Letter to the Editor: Bill 20 clear example of provincial overreach

Letter to the Editor: Bill 20 clear example of provincial overreach

Does Ms. Smith understand that the majority of Albertans do not want a private health care system, an AB police force, an AB pension plan, party colors in Municipal Elections or Provincial interference in Municipal Elections?
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