Editorials

Speculation went on for weeks that Jim Prentice would throw his hat into the ring to lead the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party.

Most Canadians still find it difficult to relate concerns over climate change to their daily lives, but a recent report by a Canadian bank makes a clear link between the economic impacts of a growing number of natural catastrophes.

There is no shortage of areas Albertans can choose to comment on when it comes to government reports. It seems like the Province is seeking input about a lot of areas currently including transportation and now the recommendations made in a report from the task force for teaching excellence.

The phrase band of brothers may be overused, but in the case of the Rural Municipality of Swift Current’s fire department it fits perfectly.

Wednesday, 30 April 2014 14:30

There are some who shine bright

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And now for some good news...

When the provincial legislature resumes on April 28 after a week-long Easter break, there will still be three weeks remaining of the current session. This might potentially turn into political water torture for the Saskatchewan Party.

Tuesday, 15 April 2014 15:11

The Alberta voter can only take so much

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It’s been scary. Really scary if you’re a voter in the province of Alberta. It’s one frustrating news item after another.

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