Letters to the editor
Is the Alberta government’s spending restraint a good thing for Albertans? You’ve probably heard the seemingly clever statement, “We should run our government finances like we run our personal finances.” There is some truth in that statement. […]
Thirty per cent.
That’s how much auto insurance rates skyrocketed by for some Albertans at the end of this year, after Premier Jason Kenney and the UCP removed the five per cent cap on rate increases that our NDP government brought in… […]
During routine environmental monitoring work, poly- and perfluoroalkylated substances (PFAS) were found in soil, groundwater, and surface water at 3 Canadian Division Support Base (3 CDSB) Edmonton, as well as in nearby wetlands. […]
Aircraft, vehicles and personnel from 408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron will conduct training to the northeast of Edmonton and in the Fort Saskatchewan area on Tuesday, January 28th and Thursday, January 30th from approximately 10:30 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. each day.
This afternoon (January 22nd) I found myself in the ditch in my vehicle on the intersection of Highway 37 and Range Road 244. Road conditions were slippery, the truck ahead of me was sliding into the vehicle making a northbound turn, it managed to stop I wasn’t going to be able to, so I steered off the road and into the snow-covered ditch. […]
If Albertans want to deliver a message that Quebec politicians will understand, then we need to stop talking, put on the gloves and enter the equalization ring. It’s time for Premier Jason Kenney to commit to a referendum on equalization, regardless of action on pipelines.