September 26th, 2021


National standards needed for long-term care

By Jean-Guy Souliere on September 18th, 2021

Elections should be about more than just candidates. They should also be about issues that matter to Canadians.  There are plenty of issues in this election vying for attention. Like the candidates, some will be winners, others will lose.  Unfortunately, the urgent need for national standards in long-term care – a matter of life and ... Read More »

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Politicians need to practice what they preach

By /franco Terrazzano on September 18th, 2021

Politicians are good at preaching, but they’re not so good at practicing what they preach. Case in point: the federal wage subsidy.  Federal politicians have been moralizing about the evils of business executives taking bonuses while collecting the pandemic wage subsidy, but their silence on their own party taking the subsidy is deafening.  At the ... Read More »

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Reconciliation Week significant for the city

By Lethbridge Herald on September 17th, 2021

Chris Spearman – Mayor of Lethbridge Sadly, the COVID-19 situation is quite bleak in our province at the moment, as our active case numbers continue to rise, more surgeries continue to be cancelled, our AHS South Zone ICU beds are full and as our hospitals are close to overall capacity limits. On behalf of City ... Read More »

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FAST lanes would help drive Lethbridge area goods south

By Lethbridge Herald on September 10th, 2021

Nathan Neudorf – MLA Lethbridge East Lethbridge and the surrounding area play an essential role in Alberta as a gateway to the North-Western United States.  As the largest municipality within driving distance to the U.S. border, we are a central hub for international imports and exports in Alberta.  Some of our biggest commodities include not ... Read More »

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There is still time to turn things around at U of L

By Lethbridge Herald on September 10th, 2021

The U of L is facing a COVID crisis. But there’s still time to turn things around. Classes resumed at the University of Lethbridge. Students are back on campus. Professors are back at the blackboards. It feels great to begin the new academic year. But it is also dangerous. Most of our students belong to ... Read More »

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Canadians have a lot to think about this election

By Dr. Linda Hancock on September 9th, 2021

I don’t believe I was the only person who was surprised when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to call an election for the end of September. The past few months have been very difficult ones for Canadians and to critics, this decision is costly and untimely. After meeting with the Governor General to request that ... Read More »

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It’s time to secure the future

By Lethbridge Herald on September 3rd, 2021

Rachael Harder – MP for Lethbridge In his 1984 State of the Union Address, Ronald Reagan decreed, “Let us be sure that those who come after will say of us in our time, that in our time we did everything that could be done. We finished the race; we kept them free; we kept the ... Read More »

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Canada needs to help ease Afghanistan chaos

By Lethbridge Herald on September 2nd, 2021

Lauryn Oates – Executive Director  CANADIAN WOMEN FOR WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN During the final week of Canada’s modest evacuation flight effort, Canadian visa holders outside Kabul International Airport took their chances to fight through the crowds and make it to one of the ever-changing gates that occasionally would open and admit tiny fractions of the ... Read More »

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Alberta’s special places deserve better

By Lethbridge Herald on September 1st, 2021

I’ve noticed that many people, and seemingly all Government of Alberta (GoA) officials, are quick to proclaim provincial land-use regulations are excellent. Are they? What are they worth? It matters not how many wonderful words are written to paint a picture of a fully-clothed emperor if the emperor, naked, reveals the naked truth. Each year ... Read More »

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Albertans with addictions deserve high-quality services

By Hon. Mike Ellis on August 28th, 2021

Addiction is an illness that continue to impact our communities. Opioid-related addiction, in particular, has taken the lives of far too many Albertans. Prior to entering politics I spent 12 years in the Calgary Police Service (CPS) where I was focused on community policing, which included working with some of Calgary’s most vulnerable. During my ... Read More »

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Alberta facing a new health crisis

By Lethbridge Herald on August 27th, 2021

Shannon Phillips – MLA for Lethbridge West Over the past year and a half, I have become frighteningly used to using this space to talk about crises in our health system.  Now, to be fair, much of that stress and strain on our system and the incredible doctors, nurses, and other vital health workers has ... Read More »

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