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Alberta Transportation recently unveiled the province’s new distracted driving law, which will come into effect Sept. 1.

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Congrats to Brad Wall and Wayne Elhard on winning their seats and forming the government. I just hope the SaskParty doesn’t become too arrogant.

Thursday, 01 September 2011 10:48

Dragonboat racing is an empowering sport

By Rose Sanchez, Opinion
It’s the most intense two and a half minutes where timing is everything.

Opinion by Susan Quinlan

Reporter for the Prairie Post West

Alberta Health Services (AHS) recently announced they were going to “(Make) the healthy choice the easy choice,” meaning those who either work at or visit long-term care facilities will be given healthy food options. I was subsequently asked by Rose Sanchez, assistant managing editor of the Prairie Post, if I’d like to write an editorial, given I had been reporting on nothing but complaints due to the lack of palatable, healthy food choices for residents in long-term care facilities, enduring AHS’ 21-day menu.

Tuesday, 28 June 2011 14:43

Shouldering the blame

By Rose Sanchez

Canadians were shocked as they watched their television screens and forgot about the hockey game, instead turning their attention to riots which had broken out in Vancouver.

Re: University professor begging senators to stop CWB decision

Last night it was Halloween and the Pioneer Co-operative Association played a mean and dirty trick on the communities of Neville and Aneroid.

Thursday, 27 October 2011 15:18

The rich get richer....

An interesting message from Statistics Canada: income inequality in Canada has increased over the past 20 years. 

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