Editorials, columns and letters to the editor from our readers.
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. […]
If you’ve spent any time on Facebook this year, you have seen an endless stream of posts telling you distracted driving rules are changing Feb. 1, 2020. As of that date, you will not be able to eat or drink a coffee while driving lest you face huge fines and driving suspensions. […]
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.
There are many types of urinary incontinence, the main ones being: stress, urgency and mixed. People suffering with stress incontinence will describe their symptoms as a loss of urine after an increase in intra-abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting, and exercise. […]
The Basic License Driver’s Handbook has the following to say on school bus dangers: “The greatest danger to the safety of students on a school bus happens when motorists pass a bus while it is loading or unloading students.” […]