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Joe McWilliams Here’s a dilemma for you: our modern economy relies rather heavily on consumer spending. Buying things we don’t really need keeps millions employed, shareholders happy and so on. Good jobs, a decent standard of living, growth, prosperity, etc.…

Richard Froese Tourism has great potential to boom around the Lesser Slave Lake region. The upcoming Victoria Day weekend on May 19-21 historically marks the launch of the summer tourism season, when people flock to the lake and nearby resorts.…

Tom Henihan Sometimes we discover we have changed, that the persona we trusted as authentic and with which we presented ourselves to others no longer fits and needs adjustment. Change, especially personal change is often discomfiting at first but when…

To the Editor: If ever we get the chance to decide together our common future, we will not let any of us get a far larger part of the wealth and leave a large group with just enough to survive.…

Jeff Burgar There are so many exciting things these days. Outraged folks will picket a shop because they don’t like a sign in the window. Meanwhile, I’m wondering where the outrage is over one of our favourite country singers, Shania…

Mac Olsen Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Rachel Notley appear united in their determination to see the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline upgrade proceed. But I will reserve judgment until they provide specific details about how they will make…