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Letter: Media is misrepresenting 'no mandate' marches

Letter: Media is misrepresenting 'no mandate' marches

Springbank letter writer recaps experience at 'no mandate' march in Calgary
Letter: Blue bin material not sturdy enough in Airdrie

Letter: Blue bin material not sturdy enough in Airdrie

These carts are not heavy enough. The lids blow open very easily in a mild wind and the entire cart blows over in moderate to stronger winds.
Column: The COVID times, they are a-changin'

Column: The COVID times, they are a-changin'

Community responsibility – long valued by Canadians – is fading as personal responsibility takes its place, making it easier to accept risk when you’re the one to pay any subsequent price.
Letter: Airdrie over-50 club hosts successful AGM

Letter: Airdrie over-50 club hosts successful AGM

The Airdrie Over 50 Club hosted a successful AGM last month.
Letter: Health Sciences Association of Alberta is helping solve EMS Crisis

Letter: Health Sciences Association of Alberta is helping solve EMS Crisis

Dear editor, The Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA) proudly represents thousands of highly trained and dedicated paramedics and emergency communications officers who answer the call when people need help.
Editorial: REP removal

Editorial: REP removal

By caving to the demands of the protesters, Kenney is emboldening people against government decisions to use whatever strategy is necessary to get what they want – regardless of whether their methods are legal or ethical. 
Column: Becoming a Canadian citizen

Column: Becoming a Canadian citizen

I was invited to attend my Canadian citizenship ceremony; unfortunately, the ceremony was a little disappointing due to it being held virtually in our COVID-19-restricted world.
Editorial: Border blockade

Editorial: Border blockade

Ironically, the blockade may very well exacerbate the supply chain issues the organizers of the Freedom Convoy claimed to be concerned about in the first place.
Column: Attempting to regain a love for books

Column: Attempting to regain a love for books

While I still read a lot as an adult (and as a journalist), novels and books have certainly been replaced by news articles. Even though I possibly read more words per day now than ever before, I probably struggle to get through five to 10 actual books each year.
Letter: If the COVID narrative is collapsing, why support masking?

Letter: If the COVID narrative is collapsing, why support masking?

Dear editor, For the City of Airdrie to “better align with the province’s continuing mask mandate,” when the province itself has failed to provide any scientific evidence is problematic.
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