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LETTERS: Canada needs Conservative reworking

LETTERS: Canada needs Conservative reworking

To the Editor: To all those Canadians who are already standing up against this menace to our society, you have already paid the price.
Been there, done that

Been there, done that

After 18 years of covering the news in the Westlock area, it's time to call it quits
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The theft of Canada's soul

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The theft of Canada's soul

To the Editor: As goes the chaos in our neighbour to the south, so it goes in our country governed by Justin Trudeau's Liberals.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Are EVs really the future?

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Are EVs really the future?

To the Editor: It is the Canadian government’s wish that by 2035 most of us will be driving electric vehicles (EVs).
LETTERS: Barrhead Historical Society board chair says organization ready to look to the future

LETTERS: Barrhead Historical Society board chair says organization ready to look to the future

Barrhead Historical Society board chair says organization ready to look to the future Dear Editor, Since truth is not arbitrary, I find the need to correct a few "facts" conveyed in the article concerning the happenings of the Bar
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
EDITORIAL: Provincial-municipal tensions likely to grow with tabled legislation

EDITORIAL: Provincial-municipal tensions likely to grow with tabled legislation

EDITORIAL: Anyone wondering who yields power in provincial and municipal politics can stop.
COLUMN: Alberta on pace to hit population milestone

COLUMN: Alberta on pace to hit population milestone

The most telling statistic of all is the number of fellow Canadians who are making Alberta their new home.
LETTER: Welcome back Les Dunford

LETTER: Welcome back Les Dunford

I must commend the paper for the return of publishing articles by the formerly-retired Mr. Les Dunford.