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Alberta's public sector, unemployed and young workforce losing ground

How exactly can our province’s public sector, unemployed and young work force fight back?

Life goes on while turmoil persists

With every devastating news story, our idyllic world makes us feel grateful and maybe a bit guilty.

Community wish list compiled

In no particular order the following projects are expected to come to fruition in 2020, and in some cases beyond this year.

Holiday dinner, a testing ground for unity in 2020

Let’s use this dinner as an experiment on how we can co-exist with our opposing viewpoints in 2020.

Come one, come all

It really does take a village to make Christmas better for someone else.

Play nice for the good of all

Despite the fractious federal election result, that returned a Liberal minority government with almost no representation from Alberta or Saskatchewan, it appears that we can all play nice in the sandbox if we want to.

Backdoor tax revenue isn’t a bad thing

Speeding is dangerous, against the law, and puts others in danger. It’s understandable that the program isn’t wholly intended to be a cash cow, but it’s clear the milk is there for the taking. Anyone could argue that if you can’t afford the ticket, then don’t speed.

It’s time we get a bit greedy when others are fearful

Your salary is so often tied to your worth. The feeling can be deflating.

So, we shall wait like the patient bunch we are

Cochranites are a patient and cautiously optimistic bunch.

Cherry's fall from grace

While this isn’t Cherry’s first foray into controversy, this latest assault apparently overloaded the Canadian Broadcasting Standards Council with complaints.