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Letter to the editor: Too much coverage of Queen’s passing

Letter to the editor: Too much coverage of Queen’s passing

Am I the only news-consumer troubled by this clear inequity involving news coverage?
Letter to the editor: Hold local candidates accountable

Letter to the editor: Hold local candidates accountable

Politicians should be held accountable. That is why we have elections.
Letter to the editor: Unions need to stand together better

Letter to the editor: Unions need to stand together better

When the school district takes the lowest bid, and children are left with no bus, who takes the shortfall? The kids do.
Todd Whitcombe: Populism only works if people buy the snake oil

Todd Whitcombe: Populism only works if people buy the snake oil

The Conservatory Party of Canada elected a Trump-lite in Pierre Poilievre.
Survey: Gauging how relationships in Canada have withstood pandemic pressures

Survey: Gauging how relationships in Canada have withstood pandemic pressures

For the past couple of years, Research Co. and Glacier Media have looked at many aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Keith Baldrey: Wooing general public will be a taller order for Poilievre

Keith Baldrey: Wooing general public will be a taller order for Poilievre

For the new Opposition leader, winning the Tory leadership race was one thing; winning a federal election will be another.
Nathan Giede: Elizabeth held her dominion together

Nathan Giede: Elizabeth held her dominion together

Even young people who may be ambivalent about the Royal Family will find it difficult to recall that a King now sits on the throne.
Letter to the editor: Hospital emergency staff ‘kind, competent and caring’

Letter to the editor: Hospital emergency staff ‘kind, competent and caring’

We should be proud of our hospital and its staff.
Letter to the editor: School board trustees not right for city council

Letter to the editor: School board trustees not right for city council

They were part of of a school board that for years were collectively complicit for creating a fractious and toxic environment in the boardroom.
Charla Huber: Malnutrition in residential schools linked to diabetes in Indigenous people

Charla Huber: Malnutrition in residential schools linked to diabetes in Indigenous people

Residential schools and the ongoing repercussions of them are a tragedy and represent injustice in our country