Editorials

A few thoughts on the importance of Father’s Day

It’s that time of year to pay homage to dad, with Father’s Day this Sunday, June 17th.

  • Jun 14th, 2018

Trans Mountain nationalization a necessary step

Premier Rachel Notley was in Central Alberta to discuss Trans Mountain

Trust your instincts when it comes to buying jewellery

A Central Alberta business was contacted by many residents claiming they had been sold real gold

Spring has finally sprung

It’s finally time to break out the dresses and t-shirts as Spring is finally here.

Volunteering brings a wealth of rewards

The rewards for sharing your time in a worthy endeavour bring much in the way of personal reward.

It could have happened anywhere. It happened in Saskatchewan

Tributes to the departed came in from all over the world

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Farm Safety Day encourages local Grade 5s to stay safe
CEG3 welcomes Lacombe Flying Club Fly-in breakfast
Local EMS teams aided Lacombe Composite High School students in anti-drunk/drugged driving campaign
Federal Infrastructure Minister opens wastewater system in Lacombe

Don’t gaslight victims of sexual assault

Take Back the Night sent a powerful message that Central Albertans

Have some compassion for displaced peoples

Amnesty International Canada Secretary-General Alex Neve was in Lacombe on Sunday

Honouring the men and women who served our country

Lacombe to hold ceremony tomorrow

  • Nov 10th, 2017

Changes internationally affect Canadian politics

EDITORIAL: Exploring the changes in political climates nationally and abroad

  • Jan 13th, 2017

Cold can’t keep Lacombians down

The Lacombe Express has written a few editorials detailing how the City is an incredibly generous community with great community spirit.

  • Dec 4th, 2014

Smith losing members as well as control

Members of Alberta’s Official Opposition have seen the smoke and are running before they are overtaken by the fire.

  • Nov 27th, 2014

Acting against suicide

Across the globe, more than 800,000 people deliberately end their own lives each year.

  • Sep 18th, 2014

A death in the new electronic age

Do you want to die at an early age? I doubt many people would be willing to say ‘yes’.

  • Sep 11th, 2014

Time to stop hiding behind ‘safety’ of social media

If there is one thing that makes me crazy, it’s the delight some people take in slamming others on social

  • Aug 28th, 2014

Laws discouraging youth voting are never fair

Last week, we ran an editorial detailing the unnecessary changes that Bill C-23, the so-called Fair Elections Act

  • Apr 24th, 2014

New life for PCs?

It would seem it just wasn’t enough.

  • Mar 27th, 2014

Refund too little too late

Recently, the Alberta government announced it will be returning $50 million of the $147 million cut from the post-secondary education

  • Nov 21st, 2013

Decision day is fast approaching

No, not election day, though that too will soon be here.

  • Oct 10th, 2013

Candidate discussion

If it wasn’t already, this year’s municipal election is now well and truly underway.

  • Oct 3rd, 2013