Letters

Letters

Letters to the editor

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Over the past decade, Wildrose has become the beating heart of the conservative movement in Alberta. Our strong grassroots members and supporters have propelled us through good times and bad, and today, we’re stronger than ever before.

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The Strathcona Place Seniors Society is seeking entries for the 2017 edition of the John W. Bilsland Award. Inaugurated in 2015 to celebrate and foster the creativity of older writers, the award has enlarged its geographical scope.

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I was recently diagnosed with a heart condition which necessitated a week-long stay at the Sturgeon community hospital.

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I’m proud to announce the Legislative Assembly of Alberta has unanimously passed Wildrose’s Bill 202: The Protectin

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TFO the French television channel in Ontario has been running a Canada-wide YouTuber contest since January.

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I’ve spent the last year thinking about how say thank you? The words say what I mean, yet they don’t seem enough. How do you express your gratitude to a community who opened their doors and hearts, gave you a sense of hope, and tried to help you find some normality during a time of chaos? Can a simple Thank You portray the everlasting impact of genuine kindness and love that a community showered on my family?

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As we eagerly await for the first quarter reports from our automated traffic enforcement contractor, we felt it would be a good time to review the quarterly reports for 2016 and share some of the highlights with the general public.

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The downturn in Alberta’s economy has been linked to the increase in crime across the province, and every area is feeling the impact. It’s why...

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The Sturgeon Mustangs Novice 4 won the NDL1 championship tonight. After being behind 3-1, we came back to win 4-3 in overtime. Game-winning goal from Luke Nonay. Other goals scored by Axton Achtemichuk, Marcus Fiddler and Ryan Ferrier.

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My class had an interesting day today! Here is the story: Back on February 16th, our grade one class celebrated the 100th day of school. To honour the day they decided they wanted to do a project. As a class, t