Saturday, February 24, 2018

Medieval Faire seeks $10,000 for advertising

BRUCE PARKER Brooks Bulletin Alberta Medieval Settlement last Tuesday requested $10,000 from the County of Newell/City of Brooks joint shared services committee. The money would be used...

Local News

Lifestyles

Brooks native, CTV news anchor enjoys telling stories about people

BRUCE PARKER Brooks Bulletin Brooks native Darrell Romuld just marked his 11th year working for CTV news. The CTV Regina morning news anchor returned home Feb. 10...

Editorials

Backlash over labels warning of cancer

A project by the Yukon Liquor Corporation to attach labels on alcohol bottles that warn that drinking alcohol increases the risk of certain cancers...

Columns

You can make a difference… boycott BC products

Are you becoming exasperated by BC NDP government treachery in trying to undermine the Alberta economy with its attempts to derail the expansion of...

I’m Blind, Not Tone-Deaf!

The Story The two friends were sitting around a table at the local coffee shop sipping their coffees. Clarisse excitedly waved the classified ads section...

Jobs: Moravec’s Paradox vs. AGI

Don’t bother asking if jobs are being lost to computers. Of course they are, and the current wave of populist political revolts in Western...

PC’s shifting winds buffet energy goals

For the first time since Justin Trudeau’s government set out to put a national floor price on carbon emissions, there is a real possibility...

NEW LOOK TO NHL PLAYOFFS GUARANTEED

How beat to describe the current National Hockey League season? Shocking? Topsy-turvy? How about ‘unbelievable’? How about all three? Shocking that a number of teams thought...

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