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Reasonable questions with solar boom

Posted on February 2, 2023

Albertans know all about the boom and bust of energy in the province and with the recent move into renewable energy, landowners are understandably nervous… Read More »

Justice System employs alternatives to strictly punitive processes

Posted on January 26, 2023

As reporting on court cases in our newspapers have returned after the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a good time to try and dispel the illusion of… Read More »

New year is an opportunity to spend differently

Posted on January 12, 2023

Budgeting tends to be top of mind in the early new gear as many re-evaluate financial goals and reflect on a season of spending. Budgeting… Read More »

We must speak up on violence against Indigenous women

Posted on December 22, 2022

The news that three Indigenous women are believed to have been discarded in a landfill near Winnipeg at the hands of a suspected serial killer, hangs in the air as a putrid… Read More »

Portapique and the Mass Casualty Commission

Posted on December 8, 2022

In the summer of 2022, The Vauxhall Advance ran a story called Portapique and the benefit of hindsight and the author was skeptical about writing… Read More »

With the holiday season approaching, explore shopping local

Posted on December 1, 2022

It’s the holiday season and shoppers are out looking for the best deals as they do their Christmas shopping. But like any other year, small… Read More »

Art mirrors life: Dystopian entertainment is inspired by real-world horrors

Posted on November 24, 2022

When we watch depictions on TV or film or read books about dystopian futures, we habitually forget these nightmare-inducing narratives are often inspired by the… Read More »

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