Editorial & Opinion

Letter: St. Albert RCMP educate public regarding fraud

St. Albert RCMP want to educate the public about another fraud scam that is not new but seems to be circulating in the community again.  A scammer notifies an individual that their credit card has been compromised, may state the victim owes money to Revenue Canada or the fraudster may pose as a boss or someone in a high ranking title from a business.  […]

Editorial & Opinion

Letter: 2020 Adopt A Family Christmas Campaign offers their thanks

This year has not been easy. Mentally, emotionally, financially, take your pick, but yourself and everyone you know has been impacted negatively in some way by the Covid 19 pandemic. This was on our minds and hearts when our group first started to organize the 2020 Adopt A Family Christmas Campaign. How would we pull it all off when all signs pointed to the fact that this might be our biggest year of need ever? […]

Editorial & Opinion

Letter: Curriculum rewrite troubling on many levels

As an Alberta teacher, I’ve had some time to reflect over the holidays and while there is a lot I am thankful for, there is also a lot I could be angry about. I could be upset that the UCP has significantly reduced the overall per-student budget allocation despite their commitment to maintain funding. I could be upset that they laid off most of our EAs during a pandemic and that students have far fewer supports this year. […]