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.
Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me.
This is the type of international fiasco that is hard not to cheer for.
It is interesting to read that Minister McCuaig-Boyd finally met with the Camrose County Council to discuss the problem of 129 delinquent oil companies not paying their ($664,778.15) taxes in Nov. 23’s story in the Camrose Canadian, “Province launches tax rebate program for delinquent wells.” Her staunch announcement that.
Camrose, we have to talk.
The word “Eskimo” is believed to have derived from the French word “esquimaux” which means “one who weaves snowshoes.” There is nothing derogatory or racist about the word. Although it has fallen out of favour as the preferred term for the native people of Canada’s north, it is still the word used by the indigenous people of Alaska to refer to them
In the lead up for a football game this past weekend, a battle over political correctness broke out.
We are now more than a week into men around the country ditching their razors for the month.
Finally, something in which I am glad Alberta is following B.C.’s lead in.
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.
Stop me if you have heard this before, the election had a low voter turnout.
If we are still looking to our government leaders for answers to terrorism we are looking in the wrong direction.
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.
Are you ready for another election?
To answer Alan Jackson, I was in the shower getting ready for a day of college classes when the world stopped turning.
My aunt’s favourite commercial of all-time, she would boast, belongs to a certain office supply store.