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Commentary: First jobs

Commentary: First jobs

Remember your first job?
Flames start fast, hang on to beat host Oilers 4-3

Flames start fast, hang on to beat host Oilers 4-3

It is the best start for the Calgary Flames in a dozen years.
Military eases vaccine mandate, presses ahead with discipline for unvaccinated troops

Military eases vaccine mandate, presses ahead with discipline for unvaccinated troops

The Canadian Armed Forces will press ahead with the forced expulsion of dozens of unvaccinated troops despite a new order from defence chief Gen. Wayne Eyre on Friday ending the military’s blanket COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
Opinion: Online Grocery Shopping a Cause for Concern

Opinion: Online Grocery Shopping a Cause for Concern

Make sure you get enough fibre in your cereals, says health columnist.
TV sexpert Sue Johanson passed the torch to a new generation of online educators: doc

TV sexpert Sue Johanson passed the torch to a new generation of online educators: doc

When Sue Johanson started "The Sunday Night Sex Show" in the mid-1990s, it was taboo to talk about sex acts, dildos and STIs on TV.
'Not my fault': Victim addresses former Calgary Stampeder at sentencing hearing

'Not my fault': Victim addresses former Calgary Stampeder at sentencing hearing

A woman told court Friday that she considered suicide and suffered a deep feeling of guilt after a former player with the Calgary Stampeders filmed their sexual encounter without her permission.
Finding delicious common ground in the jollof rice ‘wars’

Finding delicious common ground in the jollof rice ‘wars’

One of the iconic dishes of West Africa, jollof rice is vibrantly colored and heavily spiced. And it reflects how cultures across continents blend with delicious results.
Dolly Parton donation strategy: 'I just give from my heart'

Dolly Parton donation strategy: 'I just give from my heart'

Dolly Parton laughs at the idea that she is some sort of secret philanthropist.
B.C. Premier John Horgan calls Alberta premier's comments on unvaccinated 'laughable'

B.C. Premier John Horgan calls Alberta premier's comments on unvaccinated 'laughable'

British Columbia Premier John Horgan says it's "laughable" for the new premier of Alberta to suggest unvaccinated people are the most discriminated-against group in her lifetime.
As Alberta campaigns to attract workers, economists say the competition is healthy

As Alberta campaigns to attract workers, economists say the competition is healthy

When Zeel Shah’s partner left Toronto for a job in Edmonton in 2018, the young couple had to decide which city offered the future they wanted for themselves.