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Editorial: Omicron

Editorial: Omicron

The arrival of the Omicron variant has illustrated the inequity of the world's COVID-19 vaccine distribution, which has seen poorer countries receive just a fraction of the dosages that richer countries have enjoyed.

Letter: Parliament is back

Dear editor, It’s official, the 44th Parliament has begun – finally. Sixty-four days after the election, the Speech from the Throne was delivered by our Governor General on behalf of the government on Nov. 22.
Column: All aboard the Canadian soccer hype train

Column: All aboard the Canadian soccer hype train

Canada’s national men’s soccer team is in the midst of a golden generation, and has a serious opportunity to qualify for the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1986.
Editorial: Arrested journalists

Editorial: Arrested journalists

As journalists, Bracken and Toledano were providing a crucial service at the Wet'suwet'en protests, providing boots-on-the-ground reporting and being the public's objective eyes and ears. It's reprehensible that they were punished for that.
Column: Life’s little moments

Column: Life’s little moments

As I stared at the blank screen waiting for words to come to my mind to put into this column, I figured I’d look back at what I had written previously in hopes it would inspire something new.
Editorial: Child care

Editorial: Child care

It's great to see the Alberta government finally work with the federal government to finalize a deal on subsidized child care. Now, it's up to the federal government to deliver on the initiative.
Editorial: County advertising

Editorial: County advertising

It's rare for our newsroom's coverage to be about us personally, but that proved the case this week.
Column: Work and alcohol don't mix, in politics or anywhere

Column: Work and alcohol don't mix, in politics or anywhere

Unfortunately it appears, once again, our current premier isn’t a man who veers quickly from his set path, not without the strongest push. He still believes booze in legislature offices is OK, as long as those imbibing don’t overdo things.
Letter: A fitting monument for Airdrie's Filipino community

Letter: A fitting monument for Airdrie's Filipino community

Dear editor, Kudos to Jun Martin, president of the Filipino Airdrie Association, and its faithful members for the historic successful unveiling ceremony of the first monument of our dearly beloved national hero, Dr. José Rizal at beautiful Nose Creek Park.
Column: Lest we forget their sacrifices – gone, but not forgotten

Column: Lest we forget their sacrifices – gone, but not forgotten

Like many other Canadians at this time of year, I make an effort to observe Remembrance Day in honour of the sacrifices of a generation gone, but not forgotten.
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