Canada needs changes for fair and equitable tax sy

MP Kevin Sorenson, in your report from parliament that I received on Oct 19, you requested that constituents share their views with you, so I am doing that. I resent you using my tax dollars to send me blatant partisan propaganda.

Protesting Trump

When a politician is struggling in the polls or needs to distract the public, the oldest trick in the book is to start a campaign to ban flag burning.

Camrose Canadian summer reporter Ryan Stelter enjoys an ice cream cone at Big Valley Jamboree. Josh Aldrich/Camrose Canadian

Summer of learning how to be a journalist over

It did not feel that long ago that I was writing my welcome column, introducing myself to this Prairie city. It’s been a whirlwind of a summer. I can’t believe how much I’ve learned about journalism in the past three months.

Embrace and nurture the chaos of BVJ

In the work of putting together our preview section for the Big Valley Jamboree, Camrose Chamber of Commerce president Julie Girard told me, as a city, “we should embrace the chaos.”

What I learned from Steve Bartman

When the Chicago Cubs won the World Series this past November, it ended one of the most infamous streaks in all of sport — a 108-year championship drought.

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau watches Canada Day celebrations on Parliament Hill during a 3 day official visit to Canada on July 1, 2017 in Ottawan, Canada. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Trudeau column close minded

I feel someone must answer the closed-minded intolerance expressed in an article by Josh Aldrich, editor. In the issue of July 6. He expressed a perfect example of “I have made up my mind so don’t confuse me with facts.”

Leah SImonot

Signing off from Camrose

Throughout my time with The Canadian, I’ve been pleased to interview several individuals who have been at their profession or particular avocation nearly two times longer than I’ve been alive.