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Tom Henihan The ever-increasing instances of gun violence in the U.S., with gunmen shooting and killing people at random in department stores, restaurants and public events, is still not enough to have Republicans ask themselves, “why is it a democratic…

Jeff Burgar Our bright and shiny new Alberta government is hard at work. Mostly it seems, figuring out exactly what those nasty New Democrats were up to the past four years. Premier Jason Kenney and his UCP were able to…

An essay by Esther Picard written for a competition held at the annual conference of community radio association in Moncton New Brunswick, June 2019. My radio, Société CKRP Radio Rivière la Paix, is without a doubt the radio station of…

Tom Henihan In the U.S., a number of police forces have established a partnership with doorbell camera company Ring, with initiatives such as the police and Ring sharing the cost of the cameras then raffling them to members of the…

Pearl Lorentzen Like many people who grew up in rural Alberta, I am a monolingual English speaker. Also, like many Canadians, I know very little about the cultures or languages of my ancestors. A few spoke English before coming to…

The Conservative Party of Canada believes strongly in transparency, accountability and protecting the integrity of our democratic institutions. Canadians who work hard, pay their taxes, and play by the rules want accountability from their political leaders. This week, Canadians were…

Chris Clegg I never knew I was so lovable! It is truly an effort to remain humble. If you had access to my email account, you would know why. In just one day last week I was avalanched with offers…

Tom Henihan On July 4, Jason Kenney announced a yearlong, $2.5 million inquiry into foreign interests opposed to the development of Alberta’s oil industry donating money to environmental groups in Canada. Kenney promises that the inquiry will look into not…

Joe McWilliams The other night as your reporter should have been sleeping an idea for a story occurred. It had to do with some of the strange and sometimes funny incidents that come up from time to time in this…

Jeff Burgar “There’s more to Alberta than the Calgary Stampede or the picturesque roads that wind through Banff.” So says no less an authority than the Calgary Herald newspaper. The paper then tells readers there are “7 places in Alberta…

Richard Froese School is out, Canada Day is over and the summer vacation season for families officially starts. Summer is time for picnics and community events with plenty of food. That often creates a great amount of waste of plastic…