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Editorial: Curriculum catastrophe

Editorial: Curriculum catastrophe

At this point, it's almost easier to list the Alberta school districts that haven't rejected the option of piloting the provincial government's draft Kindergarten to Grade 6 curriculum next fall.
Column: The obvious way to win

Column: The obvious way to win

It was the obvious pathway to victory and remains Jason Kenney’s foremost achievement in provincial politics. This slam-dunk towards becoming Alberta’s 18th premier arose long before any provincial election was called.
Letter: Disappointed in Angela Pitt's withdrawal from End the Lockdowns caucus

Letter: Disappointed in Angela Pitt's withdrawal from End the Lockdowns caucus

Dear editor, This message is for Angela Pitt. I am an Airdrie resident.
Letter: Airdrie physicians disappointed in MLA opposition to restrictions

Letter: Airdrie physicians disappointed in MLA opposition to restrictions

Dear editor, On April 6, Premier Jason Kenney announced that Alberta was returning to Step 1 of the province’s relaunch plan and implementing stricter public health measures.
Editorial: The other health crisis

Editorial: The other health crisis

In our last few editions, we have featured two stories about Airdrie residents who have been impacted personally by the opioid epidemic in Alberta.
Editorial: Not so United

Editorial: Not so United

The United Conservative Party (UCP) may have to start thinking of taking the ‘U’ out of its acronym.
Column: No excuse acceptable to Canadians

Column: No excuse acceptable to Canadians

I sat there in disbelief as I stared at a screenshot from Sportsnet on my computer screen. It was a photo of the Texas Rangers season-opening game. The stadium was filled to capacity, with over 38,000 people in attendance. “How is that possible”? I asked myself. “Don’t they have COVID-19 in the U.S.?"
Column: I miss live shows

Column: I miss live shows

Throughout this pandemic, I can’t say my life has been affected too much, which I am very fortunate and grateful to say.
Editorial: In the dark

Editorial: In the dark

When it comes to transparency, the Alberta government dropped the ball when it came to informing the public of two separate outbreaks of the P.1 COVID-19 variant of concern. Alberta’s top doctor, Dr.
Column: Mark Zuckerberg needs to pay his fair share

Column: Mark Zuckerberg needs to pay his fair share

Our Federal Government is finally going to try and hold Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook accountable for the hundreds of millions of dollars they make on the intellectual property of Canadian journalists.