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Letter: City of Airdrie shouldn't kill its beavers

Letter: City of Airdrie shouldn't kill its beavers

We live in Waterstone on the creek and love watching all the people and wildlife who enjoy the path and waterway. The pond was built and the beaver came and were welcomed, building a lodge and raised countless families over the years. Two years ago, the City of Airdrie's parks officials decided to kill them.
EDITORIAL: New board chair

EDITORIAL: New board chair

Rocky View Schools' Board of Trustees has a new chair.
Letter: Islam stands for peace

Letter: Islam stands for peace

Dear editor, World peace is a concept which is always open for discussion, lingers in our minds, and is often talked about in politics. As the month of August was International World Peace month, many people likely discussed it this summer.
Letter: Vista Crossing in Crossfield – Canada's barking dog capital

Letter: Vista Crossing in Crossfield – Canada's barking dog capital

Dear editor, Dogs bark – I get it. But allowing your dog to bark uncontrollably with absolutely no attempt to shut them up or train them to be quiet is rude, irresponsible, irritating, frustrating, wrong, and pig-headed.
Letter: Airdrie drivers still getting gouged at the pumps

Letter: Airdrie drivers still getting gouged at the pumps

Dear editor, Did all the owners of the gas stations in Airdrie meet and greet over coffee one time years ago and agree to always set a higher price than Calgary and not undercut each other? 
EDITORIAL: Arts recognition

EDITORIAL: Arts recognition

There are many talented and creative people in Airdrie whose artistic efforts deserve to be celebrated, and a host of regular art-focused events that deserve promotion and plaudits.
Letter: Rest in peace, Queen Elizabeth II

Letter: Rest in peace, Queen Elizabeth II

Dear editor, Over her 70 years on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II upheld the Crown, uncompromisingly, with dignity - always putting the institution and the preservation of our way of life ahead of herself and her family, no matter the personal cost.
Column: Punched in the mouth

Column: Punched in the mouth

You don’t need to search warzones to discover how the best laid plans regularly fall apart once the heavy lifting starts: what seemed golden on paper often turns to scrap when action follows those ubiquitous lights and cameras.
Column: Feeling the 'pain' in painting

Column: Feeling the 'pain' in painting

I've quickly learned that, while painting a house can be somewhat cathartic, it is also quite physically demanding.
Editorial: Pierre's prerogative

Editorial: Pierre's prerogative

Does Poilievre have a chance of becoming Prime Minister of Canada?
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