Editorials

Christy Clark, you have the floor.

The Little Bow Continuing Care Centre in Carmangay is facing closure. It’s a 20-bed seniors’ facility specializing in care for individuals who suffer from dementia and Alzheimers, but it’s more than that to the 275 residents of the community.

For most Canadians the hot, long days of summer will not be the same without spending some time around the barbecue.
The same applies to federal politicians, for whom the annual barbecue circuit is an opportunity to wear their cowboy hats and to dish out some meaty detail about their successes in Ottawa during the past year.

Wednesday, 11 July 2012 11:19

Website exposes deadbeat Alberta businesses

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When French author André Maurois said, “Business is a combination of war and sport.”

Thursday, 05 July 2012 11:35

It’s not easy being Premier

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Uh oh, it looks the S.S. Honeymoon has perhaps struck some small political icebergs.

Thursday, 28 June 2012 09:14

Think twice before you drink and drive

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Drivers in Alberta are going to have no choice come July 1, but to take responsibility for their actions if they choose to drink and drive.

Students across Canada can look forward to a summer break away from their books, but before then they still have to face up to receiving their year-end report card, which might not always be such a pleasant experience.

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