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Dear Readers,

There is not much talk about the dreadful COVID-19 pandemic anymore which has affected our lives significantly in the last three years, but there are new issues to worry about now. Alberta has to deal with many wildfires which have forced tens of thousands of people to be evacuated. On May 15, 89 wildfires burned across the central and northern half of the province, and 11 communities remained evacuated or on alert to leave at short notice.

On May 29, Albertans will have the opportunity to elect a new provincial government. Polls are saying that the governing United Conservative Party and the Alberta New Democratic Party are in a neck and neck race, but polls have been wrong so many times. The Mill Woods Mosaic has asked all candidates of the two major parties in southeast Edmonton some questions, but some candidates of the UCP were unresponsive. This newspaper does not endorse candidates, but if candidates are not available before elections, it is not very likely that they will answer your calls if they are elected. So, think about it: Do you want an MLA who cares, or do you want one who is in it only for himself? Please keep that in mind when you cast your vote on May 29.

Arnim Joop 
Publisher & Editor

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