Dear Editor,

Red maple leaves the size of your hand, carpet the ground in Eastern Canada. Cottagers take a final cruise around the lake, before putting their boat in the boat house, suspended over water which will turn to ice. In this part of the country, autumn means harvest, both of fields and gardens. Fall rituals include jelly making, even though there may be dozens of jars of jelly left over from previous years.

As another Thanksgiving has passed, we as Canadians have much to be thankful fo

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Dear Editor,

It is amusing to see the gnashing of teeth from the MSM over the election of Dannielle Smith as leader of the UCP. They worked hard as did Premier Kenny and some of the other contenders to portray her in a negative light, hysterical about her Sovereignty Act even though it proposes nothing that Quebec does not already have. Why Albertans want to be treated as second class citizens to Quebec never ceases to amaze me. It has been wonderful to see the investment pour into AB recently,

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Dear Editor,

It’s been a whirlwind of politics lately, I’m not sure if it’s done yet! Our area has now hosted four candidates for Alberta’s next premier. It’s very likely that the next premier has been in our town now and hopefully as a result, our needs and concerns will be on their mind as they step into leadership. As a host for these gatherings it’s been interesting getting to meet the various candidates and also glean from the questions that folks are bri

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Dear Editor,

In 1986 the ruling Social Credit Party of BC was taken over by a controversial leader called Bill VanderZalm who was elected as premier. His views were so radical, it split the party, who not only lost the next election, but the party soon ceased to exist.

In 2016, Donald Trump was elected president. He also is controversial with extreme views. The Republican Party has never been so divided as they are today.

It’s now 2022 in Alberta and another controversial politician is in

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