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A look back... by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor

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Gwynne Dyer -After Aleppo: A Kind of Peace?
Eastern Aleppo, the rebel-held half of what was once Syria’s biggest city, is falling. Once the resistance there collapses, things may move very fast in Syria, and the biggest question will be: do the outside powers that have intervened in the war accept Bashar al-Assad’s victory, or do they keep the war going?
Even one year ago, it seemed completely unrealistic to talk about an Assad victory. The Syrian government’s army was decimated, demoralised and on the verge of collapse: every time the rebels attacked, it retreated.  Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
AHHH! THE WINTER SEASON  Full Story >
Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
Change is in the Air  Full Story >
Oil pipeline offers Trudeau little political gain - NATIONAL AFFAIRS by CHANTAL HÉBERT
It is a rare government decision that involves a lot of predictable political pain for little obvious electoral gain.
For better or for worse, the approval by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline falls into that category.
It is unlikely to win him supporters within the ranks of those who most support the pipeline agenda. They tend to be spoken for by the Conservative party and, for the most part, have no appetite for Trudeau’s proactive climate-change agenda.   Full Story >
Sports by Bruce Penton
MOUNT RUSHMORE OF SPORTS? LET THE ARGUMENTS BEGIN  Full Story >
You! be the Judge
Those Illegal Drugs Were Private!  Full Story >
City to rescind secondary suite policy as redundant 

Suffield elk herd reduction plan expands into range 

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