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COLUMN: Sometimes politics does not make sense

COLUMN: Sometimes politics does not make sense

Nobody said politics made too much sense. Sometimes it’s downright weird. OK, so Jason Kenney gets 51.4 per cent party support in a leadership review last May and subsequently steps down as Alberta premier.
LETTER: Facilities like Ever Bright's are crucial to support vulnerable populations

LETTER: Facilities like Ever Bright's are crucial to support vulnerable populations

Dear editor, If these people aren't meant to live in a community, where should they go? Ever Bright's website makes it very clear that their focus is on their clients' wellbeing as well as maintaining safety for all involved. Community access is integral for the person's wellbeing and also for the community they're living in.
EDITORIAL: Calgary-Elbow

EDITORIAL: Calgary-Elbow

It certainly seems telling that Alberta's new premier Danielle Smith is choosing to run in a byelection for Brooks-Medicine Hat instead of Calgary-Elbow. 
EDITORIAL: Fire Prevention

EDITORIAL: Fire Prevention

Every Fire Prevention Week has a theme, and this year's is 'Fire won't wait, plan your escape.'
COLUMN: Check in on your mental health this week with online tool

COLUMN: Check in on your mental health this week with online tool

Taking care of our mental health is like taking care of a car. Our mental health needs routine maintenance and attention throughout the year in order to run properly.
Column: Ich wäre lieber in Deutschland – fürs Oktoberfest

Column: Ich wäre lieber in Deutschland – fürs Oktoberfest

Sunday, Oct. 2 wrapped up the annual tradition in Munich known as Oktoberfest, when millions of tourists descend upon the Bavarian capital for a weeks-long celebration of the region's history and centuries-old beer culture.
Backstage Views with Carlos Foggin: Standing before 1,000 years of experience

Backstage Views with Carlos Foggin: Standing before 1,000 years of experience

Standing in front of the orchestra, I feel like I am flying over the expansive sky, stoic rivers, dancing Aurora, and God’s paintbrush of the majestic Rockies. All you need to do it sit back, close your eyes, and recall the natural beauty of our stunning province. The music will do the rest.
EDITORIAL: Manitou Stone

EDITORIAL: Manitou Stone

Airdrie City View editorial for Oct. 6, 2022.
EDITORIAL: Kenney's departure

EDITORIAL: Kenney's departure

During the recent convention, Kenney said he always intended for his premiership to be a short-term gig – a surprising statement that's frankly hard to believe, given his decades-long political career.
COLUMN: Those fat-shaming Kirk only shaming themselves

COLUMN: Those fat-shaming Kirk only shaming themselves

Those out there fat-shaming Toronto Blue Jays catching phenom Alejandro Kirk are only shaming themselves. Kirk may have an atypical body type for a professional athlete, but, then again, baseball is known for its atypical athletic body types.
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