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Editorial: Bitumen boost

Posted by Oped 986 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial bitumen boost All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — It seems the European Union may have finally come to its senses about Alberta's oilsands. A new EU proposal that could make it easier to import crude oil derived from oilsands bitumen is good news for this province. Read More
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Editorial: A splendid example

Posted by Oped 989 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial splendid example All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — This editorial was published in the Calgary Herald on Jan. 25, 1916. Lady Falconbridge, wife of Chief Justice Falconbridge, made an announcement the other day at a Toronto recruiting meeting that should be listened to with attention by every woman in Canada. Lady Falconbridge has no delusions as to the seriousness of the economic situation as a result of the war, nor has she any doubt as to her d Read More
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Editorial: Dire diagnosis

Posted by Oped 990 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial dire diagnosis All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — We’ll soon know whether Premier Jim Prentice has a prescription for an illness that has bedevilled our health-care system for years: a lack of long-term care beds. Read More
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Editorial: Making payday loans work

Posted by Oped 990 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial making payday loans work All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — City politicians’ hearts are in the right place in wanting to put limits on payday loan shops. The lenders of last resort are frequented by folks unable to access money anywhere else, so they fall prey to high interest rates and punitive penalties. Read More
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Editorial: Attempting the impossible

Posted by Oped 991 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial attempting impossible All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — Despite what motivational speakers will tell you, there really are some things that are impossible and not worth attempting. Here are just three: getting blood from a stone, lassoing the moon and turning Calgary’s Macleod Trail into a pedestrian and bike-friendly Nirvana. Read More
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Editorial: Help wanted

Posted by Oped 992 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial wanted All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — When the federal government announced changes to the temporary foreign worker program several months back, it did so with the claim that employers across Canada were abusing the program. Read More
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Editorial: Lassoing a legacy for all Albertans

Posted by Oped 996 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial lassoing legacy albertans All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — Canada is home to some of the world’s most diverse landscapes. From deserts in southern British Columbia to northern boreal forests, from Arctic tundras to windswept coasts, our country has a rich ecological diversity. Read More
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Editorial: E-smoke and mirrors

Posted by Oped 997 days ago Calgary Herald| editorial esmoke mirrors All
http://www.calgaryherald.com — The political fuss being made over e-cigarettes is akin to an elephant being afraid of a mouse. On Tuesday, Alberta’s new health minister, Stephen Mandel, said that Alberta should treat e-cigarettes as “dangerous materials,” though he isn’t certain whether the Alberta government will back him on his opinion. Read More
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