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Editorial

Canada’s recent failures in handling addiction

Posted on August 17, 2022

With Canada struggling with an opioid epidemic in the past, as well as many people continuing to struggle with addictions to this day, we feel… Read More »

Odd-Berta: A lion in downtown Calgary? Oh my

Posted on August 10, 2022

By Erika Mathieu Sunny South News “I hope you won’t mind — I’m bringing home a lion cub.” My great-grandmother Doris Sluth, reported hearing her… Read More »

Omissions from the Pope’s apology do not omit church’s role in the legacy of colonial violence in Canada

Posted on August 3, 2022

While the provincial and federal governments made exceptional efforts to ensure the Pope was comfortable as his procession shut down the entirety of the QEII… Read More »

Another handful of songs for summer listening

Posted on July 26, 2022

By Cole Parkinson Sunny South News It’s that time again to highlight another few tracks that you should be listening to during the summer months.… Read More »

Portapique and the benefit of hindsight

Posted on July 19, 2022

By Cal Braid Sunny South News More than two years ago, a Nova Scotia gunman left a trail of death and destruction that started in… Read More »

Rogers outage shows the need for diversity of companies

Posted on July 19, 2022

The Rogers outage earlier this month highlighted a number of things for Canadians — one of which is the Shaw/Rogers merger is not a good… Read More »

Homelessness and the spiralling trend this summer

Posted on July 14, 2022

When you say the phrase homeless people, it often brings feelings of uncertainty, uncomfortableness, disdain, and sometime disgust. They are a thorn in the side… Read More »

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