Opinion

Lacombe Author Barbara A. Glasier recently released her first book – “A Critical Human Error: When Paternity Is Not a Choice”. (Photo submitted)

BOOK REVIEW: Lacombe author pens first novel “A Critical Human Error”

Barbara A. Glasier’s book touches on family, childhood innocence and redemption

Lacombe Author Barbara A. Glasier recently released her first book – “A Critical Human Error: When Paternity Is Not a Choice”. (Photo submitted)
Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.

Rollercoasters with a side of pandemic

I love Disney. I love Disney movies, I love Disneyland, and I…

Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.
Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.

DANSEREAU: Mask up: Ignorance isn’t bliss

You are not special; wear your mask. Is it annoying? Sure. Is…

Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.
Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.

Dansereau: Lets talk about Yemen

Every ten minutes one child dies from malnutrition and vaccine-preventable diseases in…

Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.
Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.

COVID isn’t over yet

Our lives have been turned upside down by this pandemic. We don’t…

Pipestone Flyer Editor, Shaela Dansereau.
If you need a mental break…

If you need a mental break…

The world has had a lot of energy circulating through it lately.…

If you need a mental break…
Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express Editor

VAUGHAN: Ending systemic racism is on everyone

Privilege in society cannot come at the expense of of our neighbours

Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express Editor
Black Lives Matter. Image/ Facebook- original artist unknown

DANSEREAU: It is time to be actively anti-racist

As many people are aware by now, a black man named George…

Black Lives Matter. Image/ Facebook- original artist unknown
A view of Hudson Bay Mountain Resort and surroundings near Smithers, B.C., on Monday, Sept. 3, 2018. The trail makes for a bracing hike to Crater Lake (unseen). THE CANADIAN PRESS/Colin Perkel

COLUMN: Canada needs to remember rural communities as thoughts turn to pandemic recovery

Small towns often rely on tourism, which has been decimated by COVID-19

  • May 28, 2020
A view of Hudson Bay Mountain Resort and surroundings near Smithers, B.C., on Monday, Sept. 3, 2018. The trail makes for a bracing hike to Crater Lake (unseen). THE CANADIAN PRESS/Colin Perkel
Shaela Dansereau. Multi-media journalist, the Pipestone Flyer.

An ode to the women of agriculture

Here is to the women of agriculture. To the rubber boot wearing,…

Shaela Dansereau. Multi-media journalist, the Pipestone Flyer.
Pipestone Flyer Reporter Shaela Dansereau

Our First Responders shouldn’t have to apologize for doing their job

There are plenty of heartwarming stories circulating right now about how sometimes…

Pipestone Flyer Reporter Shaela Dansereau
(Black Press file photo)

LETTER: Alberta physician compensation

‘Doctors have agreed that, with the tough economic times, changes need to be made’

(Black Press file photo)
Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express Editor

VAUGHAN: Hairstylists and barbers shouldn’t be in phase one of Alberta relaunch plan

Impossibility of social distancing means more government protocols, access to PPE needed

Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express Editor
LETTER: Our continued commitment to help keep residents informed and communities strong

LETTER: Our continued commitment to help keep residents informed and communities strong

London Drugs: We are continuing our commitment to print our flyers and distribute them

  • Apr 30, 2020
LETTER: Our continued commitment to help keep residents informed and communities strong

Take time to read a good book this pandemic

With COVID-19 concerns not disappearing over-night and with more and more people…

Open Letter on the Temporary Adjustment to K-12 Education Funding

Open Letter on the Temporary Adjustment to K-12 Education Funding

Canadian Parents for French is a nationwide, research-informed, volunteer organization

Open Letter on the Temporary Adjustment to K-12 Education Funding
CALKINS/DREESHEN: Legislated MP pay raises

CALKINS/DREESHEN: Legislated MP pay raises

Bill C-30, adopted 15 years ago, mandates salary and allowance increases for MPs and senators

CALKINS/DREESHEN: Legislated MP pay raises
An open letter from concerned Alberta doctors

An open letter from concerned Alberta doctors

To Tyler Shandro, Minister of Health and Jason Kenny, Premier of Alberta

An open letter from concerned Alberta doctors
A hand sanitizer dispenser and a sign indicating steps to be taken to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is seen at an entrance to the Vancouver Convention Centre, in Vancouver, on Saturday, March 14, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

B.C. VIEWS: Effects of COVID-19 pandemic will be long-lasting

A steep drop in tourist visits will hit hard, in particular, Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland and the Okanagan hard

A hand sanitizer dispenser and a sign indicating steps to be taken to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is seen at an entrance to the Vancouver Convention Centre, in Vancouver, on Saturday, March 14, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
MLA Mark Smith

MLA COLUMN: Budget 2020 and staying on track to balance

Government announced that the yearly deficit will be $1.2 billion less than projected in Budget 2019

MLA Mark Smith