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Advance Care Planning: A voice when you can't speak for yourself

Advance Care Planning: A voice when you can't speak for yourself

Green Sleeve outlines a person's wishes in the event of a medical emergency
How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow?

A rush on seed buying and pandemic-inspired need to create our own bounty signals a gardening boom
Vigilance and preparation key at Canterbury Court

Vigilance and preparation key at Canterbury Court

The team at Canterbury Foundation credits early and ongoing preparation in dealing with COVID 19.
Raising pints and dollars for local businesses

Raising pints and dollars for local businesses

Molson Canadians #virtualhappyhour campaign runs until April 30
Good day, eh?

Good day, eh?

Alberta artist taps into Edmonton's place in pop culture history with statue of iconic Canadian hosers, Bob and Doug
A shelter in the storm

A shelter in the storm

Sage Safe House one of a few provincial havens for those dealing with elder abuse
How we treat our most vulnerable is how we stay resilient through COVID-19, say experts

How we treat our most vulnerable is how we stay resilient through COVID-19, say experts

Societies fare better during and after disasters when people co-operate and support each other, research shows.
Some Good News

Some Good News

From face-time and social media sharing, to hand-scrawled signs in windows and companies filling a community need, there are positive stories all around.
If it's Wednesday, it must be time for takeout

If it's Wednesday, it must be time for takeout

Local restaurants are part of a country-wide effort for a regular weekly takeout day.
How much do I need to clean at home?

How much do I need to clean at home?

COVID-19 spreads easily, but some simple housekeeping habits can help you keep it from invading your home, according to U of A virologist.