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Let the decorating begin

This past weekend it was time to decorate for Christmas around our house.
How to use rapid testing to keep you and yours safe during the holiday season

How to use rapid testing to keep you and yours safe during the holiday season

Experts say rapid tests are one more tool in our toolbox to stay safe

Pipelines are safe and green despite Suzuki’s extremist rhetoric

In mid-November, prominent environmental activist David Suzuki made some remarks that any impartial observer would consider radical. This was during an event hosted by an organization that is not known for its measured responses: Extinction Rebellion.
How to account for rising cost of living

How to account for rising cost of living

Cost of living is a significant component of financial planning. The cost of living may dictate where people live and work, and a high cost of living can influence how individuals spend their free time.

A response to the Mayor’s column regarding ‘Exporting publicly funded jobs is bad for Alberta.’

November 4, 2021

Just a bunch of do-gooders in Lacombe…

…it makes me kind of proud
OPINION: Reducing red tape saves time, money for Alberta small businesses

OPINION: Reducing red tape saves time, money for Alberta small businesses

There is nothing small about small business.

I’m not opposed to opposition

I’m opposed to the threats and name calling
Opinion: Facts are the only cure for epidemic of vaccine misinformation

Opinion: Facts are the only cure for epidemic of vaccine misinformation

It is a stressful time in Alberta with the current COVID-19 pandemic. But there’s a secondary epidemic that needs to be addressed — an epidemic of misinformation that’s rapidly spreading through our social and digital media platforms.
How serious is food inflation in Canada?

How serious is food inflation in Canada?

Statcan claims our food inflation rate is at 2.7%. But the agency may be significantly underestimating