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EDITORIAL: Reduced Municipal Sustainability Initiative funding unfortunate blow to Alberta municipalities

EDITORIAL: Reduced Municipal Sustainability Initiative funding unfortunate blow to Alberta municipalities

Alberta’s Budget 2021 is a document of debt and deficit.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: I’m better than you? No way!

COFFEE WITH WARREN: I’m better than you? No way!

This is the third in this year’s series of Lenten columns. The focus has been on having the mind of Christ as His followers (see Feb. 18 column on St.

Canada needs to join forces with Australia to fight Facebook’s blackmail

Facebook has shown its true face this week, and Canadians should take notice.
Letter to the Editor: "Be Kind, Be Considerate" when talking about multi-use parks

Letter to the Editor: "Be Kind, Be Considerate" when talking about multi-use parks

Thank you, Nadine Wellwood, for voicing your opinion in support of choice and freedom with regards to the Jim Uffelmann multi-use park. I would like to add my vote for your idea of living together in harmony as residents of Cochrane.
Column: Hope is on the horizon

Column: Hope is on the horizon

Despite following all health and safety guidelines, I tested positive for COVID-19 a few months ago. My family also lost a loved one to the virus as it made its way through Canada.
EDITORIAL: COVID-19 vaccine rollout a source for hope

EDITORIAL: COVID-19 vaccine rollout a source for hope

The feeling of optimism and hope is growing in Alberta. Starting on Wednesday (Feb. 24) Alberta seniors who turn 75 years old this year can begin booking their appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine through Health Link 811.
Coffee with Warren: Forgiveness in mind of Christ

Coffee with Warren: Forgiveness in mind of Christ

In preparing for this week’s Lenten column, I viewed tenor Andrea Bocelli’s inspiring performance of The Lord’s Prayer for Pope Francis, and highly commend it to your ears and hearts, as well.
Cochrane's Tasting Pleasures: How the pandemic helped us rediscover home cooking

Cochrane's Tasting Pleasures: How the pandemic helped us rediscover home cooking

“Eating out” was not an option in my youth. My family could not afford it. Hot dogs, Jello and Twinkies were the only glimpses of the glamorous cuisine of big-city lifestyles - at least what I imagined they offered.
Editorial: Anti-bullying action should be a year-round effort

Editorial: Anti-bullying action should be a year-round effort

It is inspiring to see the community joined together against bullying, but the message of Pink Shirt Day is one we need to honour year-round.
Coffee with Warren: Let the same mind be in you…

Coffee with Warren: Let the same mind be in you…

Once again, we’ve entered one of the most sacred times in the Christian calendar, Lent, the period of spiritual self-examination from Ash Wednesday till just before Easter (this year, Feb. 17 through April 1).