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A personal journey: To the brink and back

A personal journey: To the brink and back

Local author shares personal story of dealing with mental illness.
'Quiet Quitting' an opportunity for employers to help reshape the workplace

'Quiet Quitting' an opportunity for employers to help reshape the workplace

Conversations about 'Quiet Quitting' are everywhere these days, and one expert says it's a "profound opportunity" for Canadian companies to get it right with employees and improve the work landscape for the future.
Assistive technology should become a household term

Assistive technology should become a household term

Do you know about assistive technology? Everyone should, advocates Age Friendly Edmonton.
Teen dead after SUV allegedly driven by boy, 14, crashes in Calgary

Teen dead after SUV allegedly driven by boy, 14, crashes in Calgary

A 16-year-old boy is dead after police say the vehicle he was a passenger in, which was allegedly driven by a 14-year-old, crashed early Saturday.
Garden survival tips for extreme heat

Garden survival tips for extreme heat

Water and shade; follow the rules during summer heat waves for you and your plants.
School lunches that are ready to roll: Ideas for great wraps

School lunches that are ready to roll: Ideas for great wraps

There is little debate that the sandwich is the mainstay of most school or work lunches.
Executive to take leave amid fallout from Lisa LaFlamme's departure from Bell Media

Executive to take leave amid fallout from Lisa LaFlamme's departure from Bell Media

A Bell Media executive is taking a leave from his job amid the fallout from the ousting of Lisa LaFlamme as anchor of the company's flagship newscast.
Calgary police investigating stolen plaques, flower vases from city cemetery

Calgary police investigating stolen plaques, flower vases from city cemetery

Calgary police say they are investigating the theft of about 300 memorial plaques from a cemetery in the city's northwest.
Fall housing market, NATO chief visits Alberta military base: In The News for Aug. 26

Fall housing market, NATO chief visits Alberta military base: In The News for Aug. 26

Here is what's on the radar the morning of Aug. 26
Hydrogen: What is it, and what is the opportunity for Canada?

Hydrogen: What is it, and what is the opportunity for Canada?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz signed a deal this week to help kick-start a transatlantic hydrogen supply chain, with the first deliveries expected by 2025.