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Editorial: A government divided

Editorial: A government divided

More infighting within the Alberta government came to a head on May 13, when Central Peace-Notley MLA Todd Loewen and Cypress-Medicine Hat MLA Drew Barnes were voted out of the United Conservative Party caucus during a virtual meeting.
Column: I smell a federal election coming

Column: I smell a federal election coming

In case you missed it, May 11 marked the first time in a long time that all federal political parties agreed on something. Was it healthcare reform? Nope. Was it programing and support for the underprivileged? No.
Letter: People wearing face masks should be avoided

Letter: People wearing face masks should be avoided

People telling me to put on a mask is like telling me "you're sick."
Column: My weird, new pandemic-inspired online interests

Column: My weird, new pandemic-inspired online interests

Like most people, I’ve developed a new set of hobbies to help me get through the COVID-19 pandemic, such as kayaking, disc golf and a heightened increase in going for walks in the evenings. My online interests have shifted, as well.
Editorial: Youth engagement

Editorial: Youth engagement

We were excited this week to report the story of Diwan Deo's advocacy efforts regarding the development of a second skate park in Airdrie.
Column: Count me in

Column: Count me in

The federal census is underway, and there has never been a more important time to participate than right now. These statistics help justify the needs of our community, as they come into consideration when federal dollars are being spent.
Letter: MLAs Pitt and Cooper were supposed to remain impartial

Letter: MLAs Pitt and Cooper were supposed to remain impartial

Dear editor, I have no problem with Airdrie-East MLA Angela Pitt signing the UCP joint letter to the premier against the COVID-19 restrictions. However, as Deputy Speaker and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, respectively, they should know they were supposed to remain neutral from showcasing any opinion publicly on this.
Letter: In response to your 'Personal freedom' editorial

Letter: In response to your 'Personal freedom' editorial

Re: “ Personal 'freedom '” editorial, Airdrie City View , April 29 Dear editor, It seems to me your issue is really about legitimate municipal, provincial and federal authority, of loyalty to what it is and has become culturally,
Letter: Speak to your doctor about COVID-19 vaccines

Letter: Speak to your doctor about COVID-19 vaccines

Dear Editor, We understand the debate around vaccines in Airdrie has become more polarized. We understand many people in our community are getting vaccinated but many still have questions about the vaccines.
Column: Bill C-10 must be stopped

Column: Bill C-10 must be stopped

This ██ is ████ what your ████████ next ████ social media ████ post ████ could ████ look ████ like. Censored. Withheld. Blacked out. Erased. The Liberal Party’s Bill C-10 is a direct assault on the freedom of speech of Canadians.