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A Century of Female Leadership

A Century of Female Leadership

In 1915, the world was at war. Women's rights were a significant issue and opportunities for girls were very limited.
A Moving Story

A Moving Story

Born in 1936 in the James Bay area, Mini Aodla Freeman was part of governmentally enforced relocations of Inuit to other areas; she watched her people go from thriving, to dying.

Summer a relief for those suffering from SAD

Thinking from a SAD point of view (Seasonal Affective Disorder), from which I suffered for many years, summer is the best time of year for those of us who dread the long dark winter months of Alberta.

The Face of Homelessness in Calgary

One of the oldest and most often frequented family shelters in Calgary is appropriately named, Inn from the Cold. It is also one of the most successful.

The Potter's Hand

Those with physical and mental disabilities face more challenges than the norm.
A Tale of One City

A Tale of One City

It is said that every life is a story. However, one person can have several stories to tell because there are various categories of life's experiences: childhood, school years, teen years, employment and marriage, to name a few.

An Homage to History

Turn the calendar back a century to April 1915. War was raging in the trenches of Europe and in the skies over Ypres in northern Belgium. World War One was in its eighth month and would last many more – until the armistice of November 11, 1918.

Meet the Editor

Noemi LoPinto, 41, wife, and mother of 5 children, Managing Editor of Edmonton Senior News, Calgary Senior News and Edmonton Woman Magazine proved to be an allusive, almost imaginary target.
How It Felt

How It Felt

Judy Weiss and Sharon Willas-Rubuliak don't need words to tell an intricate story; they do it with fabric, thread, wire and wood. Together the artists created Landed, a fibre art exhibition that tells the story of the Canadian prairies: a contrast between the hardships faced by early settlers and the raw, uplifting beauty of the land.

From Stew to Brew

On June 5-6, the Edmonton Craft Beer Festival will be the place to be, to meet new people, enjoy great food, and try some great beer. In recent years, more Canadians have been turning to micro-breweries for their spirits instead of purchasing popular name brands at the local beer store.