It is rare when I am upset at a bill not passing as I was when the sun set on Alberta's daylight savings committee in September.
Eyes on Camrose is a community awareness program encouraging Camrosians to be alert and mindful in their daily lives. Keeping their Eyes on Camrose is a crime prevention strategy that will help reduce the amount of crimes that occur in our community.
We have a habit of looking at a small clip and casting judgement on people.
Well, Mr. Hill, I would certainly like to think that you have all your ducks in a row. It would not be very good if there was even one duck out of place. Lets face it, you certainly have all the credible people lined up in a row. You have Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Insurance Bureau of Canada, 60 companies including banks and oil companies, Prest
How did you feel watching Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir skate off into the sunset with gold in the figure skating dance competition? Now ask yourself, how much is that worth to you to experience in your own backyard?
I would like to thank the Vancouver Sun for publishing Harrison Mooney’s op-ed piece, “After Alberta’s wine ban, what should B.C. boycott in retaliation?” In today’s fast-paced world it is gratifying to find a reporter so committed to the detailed research that formed the basis of Mooney’s comments.
It is probably about time our provincial leaders went back to kindergarten.
There are things as a political leader you just do not say, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau found that out last week.
Alberta Environment Minister Shannon Phillips is quoted in the January 18, 2018 Edmonton Journal as saying “More stringent policies in Alberta … would have a negligible impact on global emissions.” Now if only the minister could similarly reach the same conclusion about the existing “carbon tax.”
Bias, Biased, what is the definition? showing an unreasonable like or dislike for person based on personal opinions: – Cambridge English Dictionary
One of my more embarrassing moments of my single life, and there are many, came at my home-town watering hole, the Wheatfield Inn in Kitscoty.
Hon. Kevin Sorenson, MP for Battle River-Crowfoot, I wish you and your family a happy and healthy 2018. And I would like to suggest for you a New Year’s resolution; one that I’m sure will enhance your well-being. It seems to me that you’ve spent too much energy in 2017 bashing the Liberal government and I think you should let that go.
It is the end of the semester, and since I am in Grade 12 that means diplomas. Diplomas are some of the most stressful tests you can take as a student. There are diploma tests for all of the 30 level (Grade 12) core courses. They are intended to set a provincial standard for grade 12 courses.
The American Dream is one of a fresh start, that you can come from nothing and become something great, you can take control of your own destiny.
For as many good things as the internet has brought to the world, far too often it exposes the worst of people.
Dear Hockey World. Enough with the outdoor games.
Twelve months ago, had you asked me what I knew of Camrose, I would have mentioned something along the lines of "sleepy little town that parties once a year with Big Valley Jamboree."
The most memorable Christmas tradition from my past is wieners and beans for our Christmas Eve meal.
As a walker and a member of the Walkable Camrose Committee I would like to compliment Josh Aldrich for his editorial "Stopping is not an option", Camrose Canadian Nov. 30.