Tuesday, October 4, 2016


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2019-05-31 02:46:22

only just came upon this article. I did not know about much of the stuff you talked about. I got the Journal every day, no matter where I worked in the summers. no matter where my job might take me. Had to give it up when I couldn't keep up with the amount of paper, narcolepsy, and I want to read every page. I finally just had to stop. The part I miss the most, besides all the news, etc is the obituaries. it is very hard to keep track of who is alive and who died. I'm thinking of maybe trying the ePaper, but maybe not. I could watch news on TV I suppose.

2018-12-15 08:32:11

Thank you for this very interesting, well-written article pertaining to the shockingly unfair treatment of the SUN and a Edmonton Journal reporters and editors. There is something about your writing that feels so ‘down home’, that even a calculated, potentially ‘dry’ news item is an interesting read. Kathy

Grant Ainsley
2018-12-17 05:07:57

Thank Kathy. This was one of the highest-read blogs I've ever done.


2017-03-15 15:42:56

Well said and agree completely. Just this morning I decided to cancel my Edmonton Sun subscription after I am guessing over 15 years of home delivery. The reason,,,,,an automatic renewal through my credit card information without my consent. THEN I was told I will be charged $20.00 FOR CANCELLING. Really?????? Edmonton Sun, at least Al Capone looked you in the face before stealing from you.Erwin Hanefeld