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This is about humanity and decency

Posted on 8 June 2021

The releasing of the confirmation of the grave sites of the 215 children of the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation at the residential school in… Read More »

Response to tragedy in Kamloops has been troubling

Posted on 2 June 2021

During May, I was privileged to do some indigenous-themed stories including a feature on a documentary film which captured Kainai High School programming as well… Read More »

Lifting of pandemic restrictions in Alberta not the be-all, cure-all for mental health issues

Posted on 2 June 2021

It was appropriate that as Mental Health Awareness Month wrapped up on May 31, that focus, resolve and feelings towards the pandemic was tested to… Read More »

Astrotourism is hidden treasury for rural residents

Posted on 1 June 2021

City slickers are losing their night skies more each year with increased artificial lighting. While most of the sky is technically still dark, much of… Read More »

The putting down of Greyhound a sad loss of history

Posted on 19 May 2021

In downtown Medicine Hat sits an empty grey building which used to have traffic run through it, with large buses with a silver greyhound stamped… Read More »

Mental Health Week was an emotional one for many

Posted on 12 May 2021

Canadian Mental Health Association Week which was observed from May 3-9 had themes and messages such as "Name it, don't numb it" and "#GetReal about… Read More »

Nazca Lines Mystery solved by the… “Aliens”?

Posted on 6 May 2021

For centuries man has been intrigued with the South American Nazca lines. Out in the middle of nowhere in the Peruvian country, they are mostly… Read More »

Hypocritical politics just makes us all victims

Posted on 5 May 2021

This may seem like a "well, duh" statement but as much as the Alberta Provincial government can complain about transfer payments to other provinces, and… Read More »

Child care system proposal being examined

Posted on 5 May 2021

Last week, the federal government announced a cornerstone of their budget would be a Canada-wide child care system that would cost parents as little as… Read More »

Perception is nine-tenths reality… or 100 per cent in the UCP’s case

Posted on 13 April 2021

Sometimes in the newspaper industry when reporters or editors are rushed, proofreading is rushed and errors are made. A missed comma, a typo, a spelling… Read More »

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