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B.C. fires hit close to home for Albertans

Posted on July 20, 2017

With wildfires raging across the interior of British Columbia in recent days, more than 39,000 residents have been evacuated and many are inundating emergency shelters… Read More »

Voters should get what they pay for in democracy

Posted on November 24, 2016

Palms sweaty, heart racing, feet shuffling, a young person crosses the floor not knowing what the answer is going to be. ‘Would you like to… Read More »

Alberta great place to be despite birthday bumps

Posted on September 1, 2016

Canada’s forefathers had a grand vision for the west when they sent Clifford Sifton to Europe in the late 1890s to attract farmers and labourers… Read More »

Mixed emotions for MLA Schneider on NDP 2016 provincial budget

Posted on April 28, 2016

Nikki Jamieson Vauxhall Advance njamieson@tabertimes.com There are few things that Little Bow MLA Dave Schneider actually liked about the Alberta Budget for 2016. He liked… Read More »

Mulcair departure signals left turn for NDP

Posted on April 14, 2016

For those who greeted the news with surprise that federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair had been given his walking papers by party faithful over the… Read More »

Wildrose Total Recall could be reality

Posted on April 7, 2016

Stan Ashbee Southern Alberta Newspapers - Coaldale Bill 201 or the proposed Election Recall Act by the Wildrose Party recently received first and second reading… Read More »

Alberta’s fiscal woes run deeper than politics

Posted on February 11, 2016

Albertans, for their part, should be familiar with the boom and bust cycle of their province that relates to prices in the non-renewable resource industry.… Read More »

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