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Editorial: Fighting radicalization

Posted by Oped 1103 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial fighting radicalization All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — Clearly, something is amiss in Calgary. We know that at least five Calgary youth have been criminally radicalized into joining Islamist jihadi groups overseas — and we know that three so far have died. Read More
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Editorial: Meaningful ways to prosperity

Posted by Oped 1104 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial meaningful ways prosperity All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — The federal NDP’s decision to hold their retreat in Edmonton could be fortuitous for the party — assuming Thomas Mulcair and his caucus listen to the advice of provincial leader Brian Mason. Read More
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Editorial: Putting down roots

Posted by Oped 1104 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial putting roots All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — In the aftermath of this week’s summer snowstorm, it’s worth taking a few moments to ponder the words of Sigmund Freud’s daughter, Anna: “We are aware only of the empty space in the forest which only yesterday was filled with trees.” Read More
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Editorial: Driven to distraction

Posted by Oped 1105 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial driven distraction All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — You can spot so-called distracted drivers long before you pull up beside them at the light. They’re the ones swerving into the next lane and then lurching back into their lane — their head looking up to the road briefly and then down into their lap. Read More
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Editorial: Franklin ship find justifies money spent on search

Posted by Oped 1105 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial franklin ship justifies money spent search All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — William Faulkner said that the past is never dead; it’s not even past. In the case of a ship belonging to the ill-fated 1846 expedition by Sir John Franklin to find the Northwest Passage, the past was simply waiting to be discovered. Read More
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Editorial: Splitting hairs

Posted by Oped 1107 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial splitting hairs All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — If Regina’s Evie Ruddy couldn’t get a haircut anywhere else, then she’d have a legitimate complaint against that city’s Ragged Ass Barbers, a men-only barbershop. The business refused to cut her hair because it bills itself as “providing exceptional grooming services for men in a unique atmosphere geared specifically to men.” Not everything in this world has to Read More
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Editorial: Prentice’s priority

Posted by Oped 1107 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial prentices priority All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — Jim Prentice disclosed that he only took two days off during the marathon to become leader of the Alberta Tories and premier of the province. Read More
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Editorial: Prentice for premier

Posted by Oped 1110 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial prentice premier All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — There is a possibility that tonight, Alberta will have a new premier — the fourth in eight years. This rapid-fire succession of premiers since 2006 is indicative of a 43-year-old political dynasty in crisis — caused in part by members of the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta repeatedly choosing the wrong leader when given a chance. Read More
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