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Adieu, Prince Albert

Bianca Bharti, Daily Herald These past few months, you may have noticed a new byline dotted along these pages and a new face whipping around...

Going local, part 1

On May 1, the Daily Herald changed ownership to FolioJumpline Publishing Inc. and became fully employee owned and operated, starting a new chapter in...

Look out for each other

The message form Parkland Ambulance spokesperson Lyle Karasiuk (Caring for the cold, Dec. 23) couldn’t be any clearer – we have to help our...

Why we love sports

It happened again, the second year in a row. The Calgary Stampeders went into the CFL’s biggest stage, the Grey Cup championship (favoured to win...

Precarious playoff predictions – WHL edition

A meagre scribe tries his hand at reading the cracks in the ice Don’t take this column for much more than the value of the...

Letters to the editor: April 5, 2017

A new STC I think we can all agree that the loss of the STC bus system, in the provincial budget, will leave a vulnerable...

Talking about Let’s Talk Day

Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day. The annual event encourages everyone to open up and share their struggles with mental illness, from everyday people to...

Editorial: ‘It’s hypocritical, and it stinks’

Something smells in Regina. Brad Wall’s Saskatchewan Party government is currently in the process of passing Bill 64, which would redirect $33 million of grants...

Column: Barack Obama – A true friend to Israel

In his letter to the editor today, Gerald Hall questions whether the United States is still a friend to the State of Israel. He...

Going local, part 2

On May 1, the Daily Herald changed ownership to FolioJumpline Publishing Inc. and became fully employee owned and operated. We asked our staff to...

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